[r-t] Extent of major
holroyd at math.ubc.ca
Sat May 19 00:59:02 UTC 2007
To the list of "golden problems" (whatever they are), I would add:
- bobs-only extent of erin triples
>> Hello people,
>> Greetings from Graz. It's been far too quiet on this list recently - I'm
>> wanting to be inspired...
>> I'm curious as to whether anyone can come up with a worthwhile extent of
>> spliced treble-dodging major (ideally 180 methods, atw).
>> I think a basic strategy is well-known: get a basic block with 7 and 8 in
>> every position relative to the treble, so it reduces to a fewer-bell
>> problem, and use three calls at 5ths for each course as for bob major.
>> Splice in methods as appropriate. Can anyone fill in the blanks though?
>> Please, someone, come up with something. Glory will be your reward. I think
>> this is one of the golden ringing problems of the moment, along with:
>> - decent 23 spliced cyclic 7-part treble-dodging major with all 96 4-runs
>> of each type
>> - elegant spliced stedman triples and bristol major
>> - the standard 147 minor in as short a length as possible
>> Any solutions? Any further problems?
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