[r-t] minor with no adjacent places
Earisp at rsc.org
Sun Jan 2 14:07:10 UTC 2011
" What extents of minor with no adjacent places have been rung? By adjacent places, I mean place notations 12,34,56,1236, etc. It is easily possible to construct such an extent. E.g. there are bobs-only extents of original. But I can't think of anything commonly rung that is like this"
People may be interested to see such an extent was recently rung (http://www.campanophile.com/view.aspx?113172)
The method was a rotationally-symmetric treble-place method with cyclic leadheads (4-3-4.3-4.3-4-220.127.116.11-1-3-1-4-3-1-4-1-3.4.3 = 162345). The extent has an especially pleasing 20-part structure, with a whole course cycling through each of the rounds, queens, tittums and reverse rounds courses (though the choice of description is a bit semantic, as due to the beauty of numbers the cycles of queens and tittums are equivalent to queens and reverse queens, or tittums and reverse tittums)
720: (ppppb)*4, b=x at last change of lead
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