[r-t] Quarters of Spliced Major

Don Morrison dfm at ringing.org
Wed Feb 1 02:42:29 UTC 2017


‚ÄčOn Mon, Jan 30, 2017 at 10:57 AM, Richard Smith <richard at ex-parrot.com>
wrote:
> Does anyone have any interesting compositions that might fit the
> bill?

I wonder if one of these might prove sufficiently entertaining?

http://ringing.org/main/pages/composition?id=15530&collection=quarters
http://ringing.org/main/pages/composition?id=15531&collection=quarters
http://ringing.org/main/pages/composition?id=15532&collection=quarters
http://ringing.org/main/pages/composition?id=15533&collection=quarters
http://ringing.org/main/pages/composition?id=15534&collection=quarters
http://ringing.org/main/pages/composition?id=15535&collection=quarters
http://ringing.org/main/pages/composition?id=15536&collection=quarters
http://ringing.org/main/pages/composition?id=15537&collection=quarters
http://ringing.org/main/pages/composition?id=15538&collection=quarters
http://ringing.org/main/pages/composition?id=15539&collection=quarters
http://ringing.org/main/pages/composition?id=15540&collection=quarters
http://ringing.org/main/pages/composition?id=15541&collection=quarters
http://ringing.org/main/pages/composition?id=15542&collection=quarters
http://ringing.org/main/pages/composition?id=15543&collection=quarters
http://ringing.org/main/pages/composition?id=15544&collection=quarters

I suspect the ones that come round at hand would be particularly
challenging in practice.



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Don Morrison <dfm2 at cmu.edu>
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