matthew at frye.org.uk
Tue Jul 5 22:24:33 UTC 2011
On 5 Jul 2011, at 23:13, Mark Davies wrote:
> I'm still trying to work out in my mind whether the treble and the two really do ring the same work in his method or not. Looking at the blue line they do, but structurally that is surely misleading. For instance, a 1458 call would only affect half the bells, and those bells are also the only ones who make a place in 4ths over an unchanging bell in 3rds. If I were ringing the method to handbells it would seem like there are two different sets of work, would it not?
This is intentional. As I see it, this is the most interesting bit of this discussion as you have a situations where you've got 2 identical blue lines, offset, yet still creating a full valid method.
To my knowledge, this is the first time a method of this type of symmetry has been described, does anyone know of a previous instance?
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