[r-t] Old DNCB composition
ted.steele at tesco.net
Fri Nov 11 15:29:53 UTC 2011
On 11/11/2011 14:53, John Camp wrote:
> At 14:42 on 11 November 2011, Ted Steele wrote:
>> ... a composition by Gabriel Lindoff of 6,624 DNCB with the note that
>> this is the longest length so far obtained with common bobs, tenors
>> together; and yet the extent with the tenors together had been rung at
>> Romford in 1894, as far as I can see with just common bobs and only 2
>> singles. Surely Lindoff will have known about the earlier peal. What
>> am I missing here? Something very obvious I expect.
> Could the singles have something to do with it?
Not that I can see. They just double the basic length of 6,720 which is
the important bit in relation to Lindoff's 6,624.
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