[r-t] Spliced doubles (was triples)

Philip Earis pje24 at cantab.net
Mon Jul 20 14:58:53 UTC 2015

Me: "OK, I am answering my own question here"

And answering it again more simply now.

Here's a very elegant, call-free, 6-part extent deconstructed into just 
familiar 2, 4 and 6 change blocks. Life is much simpler here.

120 Doubles (3m)

12345 Titanic
25134 Stedman quick six
25341 Original (pp)
41532 Stedman quick six

6 part, calling pair of singles anywhere 60 changes apart

For the avoidance of doubt, the notation for a part is: (

Note how the lines for bells 3 and 5 form rather familiar doubles motifs.

Of course, when looking and pattern-matching such short blocks in a 
constrained space everything becomes related to anything else you choose. 
The same thing can be considered, described, deconstructed and rung in 
multiple ways. It's a recipe for madness...

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