[r-t] [Fwd: 8 Spliced]
dfm at ringing.org
Thu Mar 15 18:57:20 UTC 2012
On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 12:34 PM, Matt Dawson <matt.dawson at cantab.net> wrote:
> How about a cyclic 7-part with a lead of Superlative in that coursing
> order in each part?
Something like this? (Pace Philip and Glint, who won't like that
course being run through a Cuisinart.) For whatever it's worth, it
also contains, in the penultimate part, the central lead of the plain
course of Superlative, trite though that may be.
5,152 Spliced Surprise Major (8 methods)
- 7864523 Bristol
- 5678342 Pudsey
- 4237856 Cambridge
- 7568234 London
- 6758234 Yorkshire
- 3425867 Superlative
- 4567382 Rutland
- 6457382 Lincolnshire
Repeat six times.
Contains 896 each Cambridge, Pudsey and Superlative, 672 Rutland
and 448 each Bristol, Lincolnshire, London and Yorkshire,
with 126 changes of method and all the work of every method for
Contains 16 5678s, etc.; 15 8765s, etc.; 6 8765s, etc. off the front; 5
5678s, etc. off the front; queens; Whittingtons; and back rounds.
Also contains three backstroke 87s.
Don Morrison <dfm at ringing.org>
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