[r-t] Bristol Royal compositions

tuftyfrog at gmail.com tuftyfrog at gmail.com
Sun Sep 30 11:36:16 UTC 2018

Thanks for your kind words Mark. 

In the interest of a more detailed comparison I have put the three compositions up on Complib:


A slight correction to my earlier email: the David Pipe composition has all 9 leads of the mega-tittums course, whereas mine misses one out. I’ll investigate a bit more in future to see about getting the whole thing without losing too much run music. 

As for seeing them rung, hopefully you won’t have to wait too long!

Best wishes,

> On 30 Sep 2018, at 09:41, Mark Davies <mark at snowtiger.net> wrote:
> This is excellent stuff, Pip.
> There are actually plenty of existing tenors-together compositions using 8th's place calls, but your two look to surpass most of them. These arrangements by David Pipe and Michael Woolley are among the best of the existing canon:
> https://complib.org/composition/32366
> https://complib.org/composition/32252
> Jim Clatworthy, Robin Hall, John Bissell and Jonathan Potter have also produced some useful stuff in a similar vein.
> I've not looked to see what other Tittums compositions there are, but I suspect you are breaking pretty new ground there. Good work all round. Look forward to seeing them rung.
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