[r-t] False Course Heads

Alan Barber delibaba at hotmail.co.uk
Sun May 16 11:31:42 UTC 2010

> This is not my field but my knowledge of false courses came from Wilson's book and I found it quite easy to understand. However, I seem to remember reading on one of the ringing e-lists that the designation of the false course head groups had been changed since Wilson's book was published. Is this so or did I imagine it?
> Ted

Me too - I found Wilson's book a good introduction into extracting falseness.  That was in the good old pre computer days.  With experience (more years that I like to admit to!) one can usually tell from the place notation what the falseness will be and likewise what compositions can be used.


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