[r-t] Standard 178 Treble Dodging Minor
Earisp at rsc.org
Mon Feb 3 14:14:36 UTC 2014
"We rang a peal containing all the methods from the standard 178 at Wadenhoe today at the first attempt, this was achieved in 7200 changes which is the same length as we rang for the 147 back in 2005. An explanation of how the composition was devised can be found at my website http://website.lineone.net/~jswcomps/"
Wow. Many congratulations indeed John. This is a fine achievement. You can tell when the explanatory notes behind a composition run to 21 pages, it must be a bit special...or possibly one of MBDs :-)
Sadly, unlike the 7200 in 147m in 2005, I doubt this one will be replicated by a handbell band in Cambridge (or even Bombay) 2 days later...
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