[r-t] Earthsea methods
alan.reading at googlemail.com
Mon Apr 20 10:16:06 UTC 2015
"Is there are reason you missed out this method (and the three other
variants changing the half-lead / lead-end change)? It has slightly more
music than yours without introducing any extra falseness.
That's quite a nice method but I perhaps MBD was limiting his list to
methods that approached the half lead -16.7 ?
"You can get the same effect with even more familiar overworks, such as
Bristol over (I'm a bit surprised to see neither this method nor the
variants with different half-lead or lead-end changes has been rung)
Probably because they are somewhat inferior (in terms of introducing B
falseness) variants of Sunday and Philip Surprise Major.
On 20 April 2015 at 11:04, Philip Earis <pje24 at cantab.net> wrote:
> "Inspired by David Hull's Coniston Bluebird, I've been looking for methods
> with similar characteristics but reduced falseness...this means that the
> rollups off the front arrive at the opposite stroke to normal, so that for
> example 23456781 is at the backstroke half-lead..."
> Indeed, it's a nice property.
> "There are several right-place methods like this"
> Which ones?
> "I have found six new Major methods which meet these criteria, all unrung
> and with just B falseness instead of the BD groups of Coniston Bluebird...
> Orm Embar S Major: b -38-1458-56-36.14-34.58.14-16.78
> Yevaud S Major: g -38-1458-56-36.14-34.58.14-16.78
> Tehanu S Major: d -58-14-56-36-12-58.34-16.78
> Kalessin S Major: j -58-14-56-36-12-58.34-16.78
> Bar Oth S Major: d -58-14-56-36-34-58.12-16.78
> Orm Irian S Major: j -58-14-56-36-34-58.12-16.78
> Comments welcome. Good compositions should be available for all"
> Is there are reason you missed out this method (and the three other
> variants changing the half-lead / lead-end change)? It has slightly more
> music than yours without introducing any extra falseness.
> &-5-4-56-36-4-5.36.2-7,2 18674523
> You can get the same effect with even more familiar overworks, such as
> Bristol over (I'm a bit surprised to see neither this method nor the
> variants with different half-lead or lead-end changes has been rung)
> &-5-4.5-5.36.4-34.5-2.56.1,1 13527486
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