[r-t] Long length Cambridge Major

Philip Earis Earisp at rsc.org
Tue Jun 12 07:35:15 UTC 2012

I have a pressing compositional problem.

I need a composition for a 10k of Cambridge Major, and soon (next day or so really).

Simplicity/ ease of calling preferred (a simple metric would be to minimise calls, maximise tenors-together sections, multi-part structure if possible).

I see there are a couple of options listed on http://www.cccbr.org.uk/rc/tower_standard.php.  These are a bit "bob-course" flavoured though.

Can anybody suggest anything else?

Many thanks!


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