[r-t] New maximus compositions
Ian.Fielding at nbt.nhs.uk
Wed Feb 27 13:36:48 UTC 2013
The feature O/V/F/O has also been used in several peals of Royal - check out the 12080 Cat's Eye by D G Hull for an example of its use within a well-crafted long length composition.
We rang a peal of Bristol Max many years ago which David Brown called (5232 from memory) using 8th place calls at out. I have never seen the composition published but it was very neat indeed.
From: ringing-theory [mailto:ringing-theory-bounces at bellringers.net] On Behalf Of Jon Potter
Sent: 27 February 2013 13:02
To: ringing-theory at bellringers.net
Subject: Re: [r-t] New maximus compositions
Thanks for highlighting these Philip. I feel that I should point out that my use of 8th place calls on PAZORABS was suggested by Graham Bradshaw, which I then used to put together the plan highlighted. It's a neat way of ringing 9 all the work, with all little bell courses.
On the subject of OVFO in Bristol Max, I know Alan Reading has used it before, but prior to that it seems from his website that John Warboys used it in January 2001, if not earlier!
On 27 Feb 2013, at 12:48, "Philip Earis" <Earisp at rsc.org> wrote:
> A couple of sort-of new maximus compositions have been rung recently that deserve highlighting:
> 1) Bristol Max - David Pipe used a pretty efficient B/V calling to
> reverse the tenors for a period in an otherwise tenors-together
> composition. Perhaps this has been done before (?), but I'm not aware
> of any previous examples. The opening before obviously gives the
> T-E-0-9 tittums-y coursing music
> 5088 Bristol Surprise Maximus
> D J Pipe
> 234567890ET M 9 W O/V H
> 2345678ET90 X
> 65432 - - -
> 674523890ET - X
> 654327 S S-
> 54326 S S 2
> 32465 S S -
> 64523 - -
> 23456 - S S
> Alistair Cherry has subsequently used the same concept to put together a simple 2-part:
> 5136 Bristol Surprise Maximus (No.63c) M 9ths W H 23456
> - - - 65432
> - a 674523ET90
> b 67452390ET
> s s 53462
> - - 24365
> 2 part, omitting a and b from one part.
> a = B, V
> b = F, B
> 2) Spliced maximus using multiple befores. Jon Potter has recently rung a couple of new spliced atw tenors-together maximus compositions, with a whole course of most methods between (8ths place) calls at before to fit the methods in. The blocks of five befores naturally give decent coursing orders, as exploited by MBD in his Bristol Major compositions (though Middleton may take some bragging rights here).
> 5184 Spliced TD Maximus (8m)
> J H Potter
> (8m: 672 each Ariel S, Bristol S, Rigel S, Zanussi S, 624 each Avon D,
> Orion S, Phobos S, Strathclyde S, 28com, atw)5184 Spliced TD Maximus
> 23456 B W H
> 35264 x Z.PPPPPPPP
> 56342 x PPP.SSSSSSSSS
> 64523 x SS.RRRRRRRR
> 54326 2x s s RRR.SB.ZZZZZZZZZZ-R-
> 32546 1 1 PZZLBOZ.R.
> 24365 x BBBBBBBBB.LLLL
> 65432 2x LLLLLLL.SB.AAAAA
> 53624 x AAAAAA.OOOOO
> 45236 x s s OOOOOO.BB-R-
> 23456 1 1 LPAL.OA.
> 672 each Ariel, Bristol, Rigel, Zanussi; 624 each Avon, Orion, Phobos, Strathclyde; 28com, atw.
> 228 little bell roll ups, with 12 56's.
> 5042 Spliced TD Maximus (9m)
> J H Potter
> (9m: 624 each Bristol S, Rigel S, Strathclyde S, 530 Zanussi S, 528
> each Ariel S, Avon D, Azura D, Orion S, Phobos S, 16com, atw) 5042
> Spliced TD Maximus (9m)
> 23456 B W H
> 35264 x AAAAAA.SSSSSSSSS
> 56342 x SS.BB
> 64523 x BBBBBBBBB.RRRRRRRR
> 54326 2x s s RRR.SB.AAAAA-R-
> 32546 1 1 UUUUUUUUUUU.R.
> 24365 x Z.LLLL
> 65432 2x LLLLLLL.SB.PPPPPPPP
> 53624 x PPP.OOOOO
> (42536) x s OOOOOO.ZZZZZZZZZZ-(Z)
> 624 each Bristol, Rigel, Strathclyde; 530 Zanussi; 528 each Ariel (L), Avon, Azura (U), Orion, Phobos; 16com, atw.
> Azura can be replaced by Scarlet, Smallbrook or Andromeda.
> 217 lbru's, with 7 56's, 6 65's and 7 TE098765's. 6543217890ET,
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