[r-t] Bristol Maximus peal compositions
alan.reading at googlemail.com
Wed Jan 16 15:59:10 UTC 2013
Thanks Philip. In fact the composition was first rung back in 2010:
http://www.bb.ringingworld.co.uk/view.php?id=3805 and Monday night was
it's 2nd outing.
Using a mixture of 4ths place bobs and 12345T singles is the only way I've
discovered* of achieving a tenors together peal of Bristol Maximus (length
<5200) with every lead in a little bell rollup course (Ofcourse the fact
this then gives little bell rollups in every lead is a property of this
most marvelous method rather than the comp) with only 2 types of call.
*That is by no means to say there are not other ways.
On 16 January 2013 15:43, Philip Earis <Earisp at rsc.org> wrote:
> It's interesting to see new ideas appearing in tenors-together Bristol
> Maximus compositions - a field which is not exactly unploughed.
> Alan Reading rang a new composition a few days ago (
> http://bb.ringingworld.co.uk/comp.php?id=3812), which has the attractive
> feature of little-bell rollups appearing in each lead:
> 5184 Bristol Surprise Maximus
> A G Reading
> M/10ths W H/12ths 23456
> - s 34562
> - 53462
> s - (64523)
> s s 35264
> ss s 53624
> s 64523
> - - 35426
> - ss 23456
> 7 56's and 5 65's
> 158 little bell rollups at the back.
> 148 little bell rollups off the front.
> Every lead of the peal contains at least one little bell rollup front or
> The use of 12345T calls gives scope for interesting possibilities.
> Indeed, Alan's composition isn't so different from this 2-part DJP
> composition we rang in Feb 2011 (
> http://bb.ringingworld.co.uk/view.php?id=16972), which I flagged up here:
> The composition has only 10 calls in the whole peal, and all good courses
> (incorporating tittums courses rather than looking to maximise little-bell
> 23456 M W H
> 32546 s
> 43526 -
> 65432 -s S
> 2 part
> s = 2345
> S = 23456
> Other new arrangements of Bristol Max compositions are also appearing. I
> understand David Maynard called a new creation of his a couple of weeks ago
> using 8ths place bobs to good effect. Perhaps someone could send the
> composition - it doesn't appear to be online.
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