[r-t] Treble place paths

Philip Earis Earisp at rsc.org
Thu Jan 26 10:59:41 UTC 2012

"It's a shame you can't simultaneously avoid 56 place notations and three blows in one place.  Consider when the treble makes point 4ths.  To avoid three blows in one place, the bell at the front must be doing a Stedman whole turn which has the front four bells crossing either side of the point.  To avoid falseness you need -56 or 56- place notation around the point"

This isn't the case on 8 bells, though.


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