[r-t] One Spliced Surprise Major

Don Morrison dfm at ringing.org
Fri Jun 6 11:21:48 UTC 2014

On Fri, Jun 6, 2014 at 6:44 AM, John Fisher <ghoti at mad.scientist.com> wrote:
> Yes, but why is that a problem? It's a function of the way you've
> described it. It's only like virtual course ends in a conventionally
> notated composition, which aren't actually rung at all, and mean
> more courses are shown than are rung.

Not a problem, just a communication confusion. That was why I had described
it as "sometimes you ring two leads", to give you room to cut out all those
changes. I think we are describing the same thing, just describing it in
different ways.

And so, anyway, yes, I believe you are correct that it can be viewed as normal
Cambridge with two different kinds of CCCBR-pleasing bobs.

Were a band to actually ring it I'm not sure what the conductor would
utter, when,
to make it happen. Quite possibly different conductors would utter
different things.

Don Morrison <dfm at ringing.org>
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