[r-t] Bristol Max tit-tums comps
jack.gunning at mac.com
Tue Jan 3 23:51:02 UTC 2017
I’ve been musing about a B12 comp.
I think 4-bell lb runs are a bit ‘meh’ on 12. I prefer 5+ lb runs but there are only so many of them. I think it’d be cool if there was a comp that maximised lb stuff by using tit-tums back bell positions to ring lb 5/6 courses ‘twice’. I like the idea of the back 6 bells coursing - this spreads the back bells across the row and gets ‘most’ of the mega-titums effect (my personal, very debatable, view). I prefer the idea of lb runs and back bell tit-tums to mega tit-tums, because it adds variety to the sound and because I think the back bells are most noticeable in tit-tums and 6 back bells in tit-tums spreads throughout the whole row on 12. Just my view.
I’d rather a comp had multiple types of calls than transition trough duff back bell positions (duff back bell positions are particularly annoying).
An outline plan would be:
-some settling time, ringing lb5+ courses (something decent before the 4ths in my prototype below)
-some back bell tit-tums, transitioning through lb5+ courses (some decent stuff between the 6ths and 8ths place calls in my prototype below)
-some tenors together stuff to finish, ringing lb5+ courses (some suff after the 10ths below)
I like the idea of ringing some of the best lb courses more than once, e.g. the below has 20+ leads of 53246 and 64235. I admit that 1890et and 123456 pns are inelegant.
Has anyone seen anything like this? Is there any merit in this idea? Should the idea/premise be refined? Can it be implemented nicely?
Thanks for your time.
2064 rows ending in 1234567890ET
Touch is true
bs = 1890et
bS = 123456
Peal = 8u, q, 6u, r, 6u, w, u, s, 10u, t, 6u, x
p=&x5x4.5x5.36.4x7.58.6x9.70.8x8.9x8x1, +2, "2 @"
q=&x5x4.5x5.36.4x7.58.6x9.70.8x8.9x8x1, +4, "4 @"
r=&x5x4.5x5.36.4x7.58.6x9.70.8x8.9x8x1, +6, "6 @"
s=&x5x4.5x5.36.4x7.58.6x9.70.8x8.9x8x1, +8, "8 @"
t=&x5x4.5x5.36.4x7.58.6x9.70.8x8.9x8x1, +0, "0 @"
u=&x5x4.5x5.36.4x7.58.6x9.70.8x8.9x8x1, +T, " @"
v=&x5x4.5x5.36.4x7.58.6x9.70.8x8.9x8x1, +1234, "s @"
w=&x5x4.5x5.36.4x7.58.6x9.70.8x8.9x8x1, +1890et, "bs@"
x=&x5x4.5x5.36.4x7.58.6x9.70.8x8.9x8x1, +123456, "bS@"
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