[r-t] Five Rings Triples
holroyd at math.ubc.ca
Mon Nov 7 20:34:36 UTC 2011
My mistake (thanks Eddie). I had not noticed that the bob was 145 (as
opposed to 147).
On Sun, 6 Nov 2011, edward martin wrote:
> On 6 November 2011 06:34, Alexander Holroyd <holroyd at math.ubc.ca> wrote:
>> I think I'm going off this. The suggested touch (3H) is false. Apart
>> from the plain course and the bob course, the next shortest true touch with
>> bobs only is 660: 6*(--pp-), which has queens and tittums but little else
>> to recommend it. The longest possible touch with these calls is 968.
> Hello Ander
> This sirilic program that I've used say that it's true! (396 chnges)
> 7 bells
> touch = " _@", 3(5p,b)
> P = M,+12," 127 _@"
> B = M,+45," 145 _@"
> M = P7,P1,2(P34,P3),3(P7,P1),P7,2(P45,P5),2(P1,P7)
> p7 = +7," 7 @"
> p1 = +1," 1 @"
> p3 = +3," 3 @"
> p5 = +5," 5 @"
> p34 = +34," 34 @"
> p45 = +45," 45 @"
>> On Wed, 12 Oct 2011, Alexander Holroyd wrote:
>> This does indeed seem to be a rather nice and musical "method" (readers
>>> other than the methods committee can ignore the inverted commas here).
>>> I'm a bit disappointed to see that the recommended touch is 3 homes,
>>> however. It seems to me that the 2nd and 3rd courses will lack much of the
>>> music of the plain course. There should be plenty of better simple short
>>> touches available...
>>> On Wed, 12 Oct 2011, Philip Earis wrote:
>>> There is a "New Music 20X12 project" in association with the 2012
>>>> Olympics, where 20 original pieces are commissioned, performed and promoted.
>>>> One of the new pieces is based on change ringing, composed by musician
>>>> Howard Skempton.
>>>> As you'll see from <www.cccbr.org.uk/olympics/<ht**
>>>> tp://www.cccbr.org.uk/**olympics/ <http://www.cccbr.org.uk/olympics/>>>,
>>>> Howard has put together a method "Five Rings Triples":
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