[r-t] Methods with unusual falseness and beautiful symmetry

Philip Earis Earisp at rsc.org
Wed Jul 30 08:19:09 UTC 2008

"Yes, these three blow methods are relatively unexplored, but have quite interesting lines. Here is a neat double method I discovered in 1998 that is still unrung (although it does has B falseness in addition to U). b x38.34.14x58."
Indeed, though it does still have U falseness.  Also, in terms of "line" and musical interest one of the extra good things that you can do with three consecutive blows in have huting to a point in 2nds (and 7ths), with runs either side of this. Eg:
Your method doesn't include this. If you want musical and "cleaner" examples of methods including this, and without U falseness, how about:

Unrung Treble Bob: &3-3.1-56-1-34-1.6-6.1,8 17856342 Ba falseness, 48 <4-runs>

Untitled Delight Major: &3-34.4-56-1-34-5.56-6.1,8 17856342 Ba falseness, 46 <4-runs> 

(I may have mentioned these before). The treble bob especially has a lot more changes of direction than many TB methods.





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