[r-t] A Ringing Puzzle

Mark Davies mark at snowtiger.net
Sun May 25 14:32:45 UTC 2014

RAS writes,

> Imagine you had a composition of spliced major using only
> half-lead calls, and seconds were made at every lead head.
> Suppose Bristol were one of the methods.  Would it be most
> logical to call the method Bristol and pretend to have rung
> a silent lead-end call?  Or to call it some irregular method
> which already included the half-lead call?  Or would it be
> more logical to call it Horsleydown, a method that happened
> to have a one-lead course?

Very true, that is a good example.

And I think you are saying that the existing rules, unwritten or 
otherwise, for determining what and how many methods have been rung to a 
peal (particulary in spliced) would already suffice for the Horsleydown 


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