[r-t] University of Bristol Treble Place Major

Philip Earis Earisp at rsc.org
Thu Oct 6 14:19:11 UTC 2011

Alan Reading rang an interesting new regular treble place major method a couple of weeks ago - "University of Bristol Treble Place Major" (www.campanophile.com/view.aspx?128332) 

University of Bristol Treble Place Major:
e -23-2-4-4-23-1-67-5-5-7-67-7

Treble Place is a relatively unexplored field, and this method is nicely put together with a logical treble path, good flow and double symmetry.  It's got BU falseness (the plain course has 12 5678s!), but this can still be easily overcome, as in Alan's composition below.  He exploits the nice "single 5ths, single" trick discussed here several times to quickly transition through the cyclic courses. 

Good work.  Treble Place major is ripe for further experimentation on similar lines...

5040 University of Bristol Treble Place Major
A G Reading
4  5  6  7  8 2345678
   s      :   2345768
   s  s  s    6782345
      s  s    3456782
      s  s    7823456
      s  s    4567823
      s  s  s 8324567
         s:   8234567
      s  s    5678234
   s      :   5678324
   s  s  s  q 4236578
s         :   52364
s        s:   43265
         q:   24356
         s:   23456


: indicates the course end occurs after 7 leads.
All other courses are 8 leads long.

24 each 5678, 6578, 8765, 110 little bell rollups (Inc 24 each 4567, 5432,
12 each 7654, 3456, 6543, 2345) at the back.
24 each 5678, 8765, 8756, 110 little bell rollups (Inc 24 each 7654, 2345,
12 each 4567, 3456, 6543, 5432) off the front.


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