[r-t] Falseness Groups
alan.reading at googlemail.com
Wed May 16 19:51:13 UTC 2012
> I'm certain someone else will provide more detail, but falseness groups
> don't usually cover tenors parted (or out of course?) so presumably the
> problem leads come between the pairs of singles.
Well they do really it's just they have more courses associated to
them. E.g. B means 32456 is false with the plain course aswell as 24365.
When people say a method is CPS then they usually mean not covering tenors
parted or singles.
The problem may well be between the singles (I haven't checked) but it
could also be elsewhere like in my Pudsey / Dorchester example.
On 16 May 2012 20:44, Matthew Frye <matthew at frye.org.uk> wrote:
> On 16 May 2012, at 20:32, Sam Austin wrote:
> > Just Visiting Surprise Major and Quixhill Surprise Major are both group
> l with BD/ac falseness.
> > At the risk of appearing to be stupid, why does not this composition of
> Quixhill ture to Just Visiting? I had always thought that a composition
> true to one method would be true to another with the same falseness group.
> > Aye
> > Sam
> > 5088 Quixhill Surprise Major
> > by Richard I Allton (No 808) 23456 M 3/5 B W H
> > (52364) 1 ss 3
> > 36245 ss 1
> > 43652 1 ss
> > (56234) 1 1
> > 62345 ss 1 1
> > 52643 2
> > 53246 - 1 1
> > 23645 1
> > 3 part.
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