[r-t] Music: Stockhausen to tittums

Philip Earis Earisp at rsc.org
Sun May 8 13:26:18 UTC 2011

Ian Partridge has shared a very interesting link on the ringing-chat email list:

"I was doing some reading about Stockhausen and stumbled across this on the website of one of his collaborators: <http://james-ingram-act-two.de/krystals/krystalsIntro.html>. A couple of the pictures will look remarkably familiar to ringers!"

As Ian points out, James Ingram has reproduced both plain hunt and a standard entry into mega tittums.  There doesn't seem to be anything on the site to suggest he is a ringer, but the exact formatting in a way a ringer would use seems uncanny. I think I'll drop him a line...


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