[r-t] Kent and Oxford variations

Michael Platt michael.platt at blueyonder.co.uk
Sun Apr 6 07:59:22 UTC 2014

John Longridge's 1982 booklet on Treble Bob Major Variations has a five-part 
5280 in the Liversedge Variation by E. Morris.

The basic calling is Kent with Oxford bobs to make the tenor make Fourths 
and, two leads later, Fifths - giving a 56342 course end.  Morris's 
composition just adds MM W HH (normal Kent bobs) in the first of a four 
course block to bring up a 34562 part-end.

Michael Platt.

On Sat 05/04/14 22:59 , Mark Davies mark at snowtiger.net sent:
> Does anyone have a good collection of historical compositions in the
> various Kent+Oxford variations (Ilkeston, Liversedge etc)? In particular
> I'm looking for compositions by Ernest Morris in this genre.
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