[r-t] New Alan Reading Composition

Alan Reading alan.reading at googlemail.com
Tue Dec 11 21:26:20 UTC 2012

Personally I think what makes rows like 81234567 spectacular is the length
of the run rather than the 8123 bit. Something like 81235764 (which must
have been somewhere in the peal(s)!) isn't much to write home about. That
said I did decide that 6781's where quite nice!


On 11 December 2012 21:16, Mark Davies <mark at snowtiger.net> wrote:

> Hold on a minute though, in all seriousness, aren't rows such as 81234...
> etc exactly the ones that we ring cyclic compositions to achieve? The
> 81234567 and 23456781 courses are surely the most spectacular, and not
> simply because there's a run at one end.
> In some ways it seems bizarre and counter-productive to produce such a
> stunning cyclic composition, and then count the music in it in such a way
> as to ignore the cyclic bits!
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