[r-t] Compressed Methods
andrew_johnson at uk.ibm.com
Thu May 18 13:02:46 UTC 2017
> From: "Philip Earis" <pje24 at cantab.net>
> Are you aware of Double Coslany Bob Major? This was first pealed in
> and is perhaps a more natural compression of Bristol Major:
> In Double Coslany, the right-place symmetric sections of Bristol major
> x5x) are compressed to their dominant element (x), the wrong-place
> symmetric sections (eg 5x5) are compressed to their dominant element
> and the notation when the treble moves between dodging positions is
> preserved. The result is:
> Bristol x5x4.5x5.36.4x4.5x4x1,8 [m]
> Double Coslany x18.104.22.168.5x1, 8 [m]
> Double Coslany is a gem of a method.
There are also the expansions of Bristol:
Eryri Surprise Major
First rung in tower on 19 November 1935 at Bushey.
Champion Surprise Major
First rung in tower on 21 July 1980 at Hungerford.
and some compositions of them all:
I doubt whether expansions work well for many other methods though.
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