[r-t] Stedman Triples
edward.w.martin at gmail.com
Fri Jul 17 19:33:05 UTC 2009
But it's not a variation of Brian Price's extremely elegant 12-part
composed in 1992. This had no more than two consecutive calls.but
otherwise fits the description given
ie the 12-part was designed so that one part allowed for the equal
distribution of pairs 2-3, 4-5 and 6-7 with treble coming home. Thus
in 3 parts 1/4 of the positional relationships is achieved. The 4
quarters are joined by calling singles to switch 2-3 in parts 1,4,7,
and 10 and to snitch 4-5 in parts 5 and 11.
(Wish I'd thought of Price's idea but, whenever I come up with an
innovative idea you can bet that one of B.D.Price, AJ'Pitman or
P.A.B.Saddleton has beaten me to it!!!
2009/7/16 Richard Pullin <grandsirerich at googlemail.com>:
>>So can you tell us anything about the composition?
>>Twin-bobs? B block? Bobs-only? 7-part? 21-part? Equal
>>numbers of bobs, singles and plains?
> It's an odd bob 12 part with interesting cycles of rounds and near misses as
> the part ends.
> Looks like a B Block composition to me.
> Completely equal parts where a certain bob is replaced with a single in some
> Somebody kindly informed me that it is on Mike Wilby's Composition Database.
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