[r-t] Bristol - future directions?

Philip Earis Earisp at rsc.org
Mon Feb 14 14:43:00 UTC 2011

After Mark's latest major triumphs, and various exhaustive maximus searches, it's hard to see where future developments might lie in tenors-together Bristol.  Have we come to the end of the line?

Well, it's important not to be too constrained by to sticking to previous approaches.  Last night we rang a new B12 composition with maximally efficient linkage - there wasn't a single lead of a "duffer course", and this was achieved with just 10 calls in the whole peal (an average of a call every 10.8 leads).  Presumably this is the fewest calls in a peal of surprise maximus yet rung. 
5184 Bristol Surprise Maximus
Composed: D J Pipe
23456  M  W  H
32546        s
43526     -
65432  -s    S
2 part
s = 2345
S = 23456


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