[r-t] Triples composition question

Robert Bennett rbennett1729 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 8 10:41:18 UTC 2016

Are there standard or commonly used calls for these methods?
There should be all sorts of interesting  compositions with 4 and 5 way
bobs for example.

On Fri, Jul 8, 2016 at 4:33 AM, Chris02 <chris02 at shropshirelad.plus.com>

> pje24 wrote:
> > I've been contacted by Jeremy Spiller who has a question about
> > plain triples compositions. He's looking for a collection of
> > compositions sub-divided by leaded groups. In particular,
> > he wants general compositions for s-group methods
> > (first lead head 1426375). Can anyone help?
> Not sure if Jeremy wants peal or quarter compositions, but I have put up a
> few quarter peal compositions in the less rung methods at
> http://compositions.wikidot.com/ . No s-group though.
> Incidentally, s-group methods are plain hunt at the leadend and so include
> Treble Bob Triples methods such as Kent. Is Jeremy interested in these or
> in plain methods only?
> Chris Adams
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