[r-t] 5040 Surprise Minor by Roger Bailey
andrew_johnson at uk.ibm.com
Mon May 12 22:14:05 UTC 2014
> This well-known composition appears in Composition 500 with the claim
> that it is true to "any method", and is sometimes published without any
> statement about which methods it is true to.
> 5040 Surprise Minor
> Roger Bailey
> W H 23456
> 3 3 42356
> - ss 54326
> 2 3 32456
> 3 - 42356
> 3 part.
> (with variations for 6th place lead end methods)
> Is it generally realised that it is not true to methods such as Gangnam
> Surprise Minor (x3x4x2x3x34.2.3 le 2) which don't have the "usual"
> pattern of positive and negative rows in a lead?
> When I say "generally realised", I don't just mean whether subscribers
> to ringing-theory would know. I am wondering about the interpretation of
> "any method" by a typical conductor.
> Simon Gay
It seems that composition has some changes e.g. back rounds 8 times,
but WHW*3*7 doesn't work either (e.g. back rounds 14 times).
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