[r-t] "X above, Y below"
holroyd at math.ubc.ca
Mon Jul 31 18:03:20 UTC 2017
That's a very interesting and unusual idea! It would be very nice to
see if it can be taken further.
On Sun, 30 Jul 2017, Richard Weeks wrote:
> Instead of the guidance for, say, Lincolnshire Surprise for all place bells
> "Cambridge above the treble, Lincolnshire below"
> modify that to give the rule:
> "Cambridge when the 2nd is above the treble, Lincolnshire when it's
> At the major stage, this produces a true plain course of 1344 changes, with
> the 2nd simply ringing six courses of Lincolnshire as intended, and the other
> six inside bells accommodating this with elements of Cambridge, Lincolnshire
> and Superlative (and some odd frontwork):
> Not many combinations take kindly to this approach. "Cambridge 2 above,
> Yorkshire 2 below", for example is false in the plain course:
> And many other combinations don't even get that far. However, " Pudsey 2
> above, Yorkshire 2 below " has a true four-lead plain course of 896 changes,
> and a true 1344 is also possible:
> [Just reporting this for possible curiosity value]
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