[r-t] FCH groups and asymmetric methods
pabs at cantab.net
Tue Mar 6 18:19:54 UTC 2007
Don Morrison said on 05/03/2007 23:53:
> On 3/5/07, Philip Saddleton <pabs-ant at tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
>> Corresponding rows in opposite halves of the lead are of opposite
>> nature. The groups split into their in and out of course components.
> Which means there's no change at all for Royal and above, if you keep
> the back bells fixed?
Nearly - for Royal groups B and D separate again (corresponding rows in
a symmetrical method are of the same nature, hence no groups have both
in and out of course components, even with split tenors).
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