[r-t] Quarters of cyclic major
www.adambrady at gmail.com
Thu Dec 4 17:20:30 UTC 2014
Another nice cyclic major quarter is this 1288 on a different plan.
2345678 Victoria Little Bob
8674523 Double Norwich Court Bob
3527486 Double Norwich Court Bob
6482735 Double Norwich Court Bob
5738264 Double Norwich Court Bob
4263857 Victoria Little Bob
4ths 7864523 Bristol Surprise
6ths 6758423 Southgate Surprise
6ths 6758234 Bristol Surprise
Southgate is just a half lead variant of Superlative, but having the former
does give you a quarter with no contiguous places. Ringing Superlative
will just change the order of the part ends, because you're in mega tittums
for that lead.
Replacing the leads of Victoria for Double Norwich gives a 1344, but no
more music, so you might as well ring Victoria.
On 4 December 2014 at 16:52, Adam Brady <www.adambrady at gmail.com> wrote:
> I produced this 1260 a while ago.
> 2345678 "Little Bob Minor Little Bob"
> 6452378 Ely Surprise
> 5634827 B-Group Alliance
> 4267583 D-Group Alliance
> 3586742 D-Group Alliance
> 2748635 B-Group Alliance
> 8375264 Ely Surprise
> 7 times
> "Little Bob Minor Little Bob Major":
> &x6x4+2 [lh 16452378]
> B-Group Alliance Major:
> &3.4x2x36.4x4.5x456x1+2 [lh b]
> D-Group Alliance Major:
> &x1x1x5.4x4x5x5+2 [lh d]
> On 4 December 2014 at 13:59, Simon Gay <Simon.Gay at glasgow.ac.uk> wrote:
>> On 04/12/2014 13:07, Richard Smith wrote:
>>> Hayden Charles wrote:
>>> Simon Gay wrote on 04/12/2014 12:06:
>>>>> There is one in an email from me to the list some time ago. It's buried
>>>>> in an email about compositional ideas that give peals of maximus and
>>>>> quarters of major. Maybe you can find it, or I can resend when I get
>>>>> back to my office.
>>>> Simon's message was sent on 21 March 2014 if anyone is looking.
>>> And his composition was:
>>> 1400 Spliced Major (4m)
>>> Norwich 4263857
>>> Battersea 3527486
>>> Hull 6482735
>>> Hull 5738264
>>> Battersea 8674523
>>> Norwich 7856342
>>> Oxford DLB 8735264
>>> Oxford DLB 7823456
>>> 7 part
>>> Nice idea, but the methods are far too dull for my taste, and the
>>> frontworks are pretty lacking in music. There's one run off the front
>>> in each lead of Hull, two (next to each other at a dodge) in Battersea,
>>> and none in Norwich. Surely it must be possible to find methods which
>>> are both more interesting and more musical?
>>> ringing-theory mailing list
>>> ringing-theory at bellringers.net
>> I'm sure you can do better with the methods. I wanted something easy to
>> ring on handbells (although we haven't got around to trying it yet).
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> (My email address is www.adambrady at gmail.com not adambrady at gmail.com)
(My email address is www.adambrady at gmail.com not adambrady at gmail.com)
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