[r-t] Tenors together spliced maximus

Don Morrison dfm at ringing.org
Tue May 31 03:11:49 UTC 2016

On Mon, May 30, 2016 at 5:40 PM, Jack Gunning <jack.gunning at mac.com> wrote:
> In my view, methods that are worth ringing in single method peals, have:
> - run music off the front and the back in the plain course; and
> - run music off the front or the back in each lead of the plain course
> So of the commonly rung methods:
> Qualify: Bristol, Zanussi, Yorkshire
> Don’t qualify: Cambridge, Orion, Rigel, Avon, Strathclyde, Deimos,
Phobos, Ariel

If I understand your criteria, do not some currently unfashionable methods,
such as Barford, Painswick, Rochester, and even Newgate and Pudsey,
qualify? Or have I misunderstood and you require longer or more frequent

Don Morrison <dfm at ringing.org>
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