[r-t] Consecutive pivot bell leads in spliced treble dodging minor extents

Philip Earis pje24 at cantab.net
Thu Nov 10 14:28:16 UTC 2016

>>> What is the maximum number of consecutive "pivot bell leads" a
>>> particular bell might ring in a true 720 of spliced treble dodging
>>> minor?

> For Plain Minor we can use a grid splice where one bell is the pivot in
> every lead, e.g. Plain Bob, St Clement's, Clewer Slow Course, Double Bob
> Maplin Slow course
> Similarly if three places are made at every half lead and lead end, we
> could have an extent of Treble Dodging Major where one bell rings pivot
> leads throughout.

Please can we see some actual compositions? How about multi-part extents
of treble-dodging minor where in each part one bell rings pivot bells?

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