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  • ** [[Plain Bob Doubles|Plain Bob]] * [[Stage|Major]]
    954 bytes (111 words) - 22:27, 11 January 2020
  • ...dge Surprise Major || >=5000 changes<br>Tenors together<br>Round blocks<br>Bob = 14, Single = 1234 || 9,997 compositions<br>255,138 rotations || 9 days<br ...ge Surprise Major || >=5000 changes<br>Tenors together<br>Snap finishes<br>Bob = 14, Single = 1234 || 15,416 compositions || 13 days<br>PC<br>SMC32||1998
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  • ...tives of the [[Project Pickled Egg]] project is to identify Treble Dodging Major methods that are musical in their plain course and can be rung to musical c |637||Double Dublin Surprise||1195||Double Norwich Court Bob
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  • ...lows ... handstroke point ... hunt wrong 3 blows ... dodge wrong (none for Major, once for Royal, twice for Maximus, thrice for 14 and four times for 16) .. ...u find yourself trapped on the front or back with the treble, ring Bristol Major: really it's just treble-bobbing on four.
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  • ...ed a comprehensive Collection of Universal Compositions for treble-dodging Major methods. 5056 TD Major (FCHs BDKabcdefXYZ)
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  • ===[https://complib.org/method/20166 ''London Surprise Major'']=== The merits of London and its role in learning Surprise Major have been discussed at length in the consultations preceding this. As with
    6 KB (973 words) - 22:05, 18 June 2018
  • This is easier to see in Plain Methods, especially Plain Bob & Little Bob, but is also there to see in some more complicated methods like Kent & York The basic Plain Bob coursing order is (for minor) 53246; quite simply put, this is the order in
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  • ...sed as a learning pathway for 50 years. There is great variety in Surprise Major ringing, without just making methods more difficult, and the Standard 8 har ...rt, learning a Surprise Major method without first having rung Kent Treble Bob really is making life difficult for yourself. Kent may not be the stuff of
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  • ===[https://complib.org/method/17984 ''Cornwall Surprise Major'']=== ...ridge and Yorkshire are in the current Standard 8 and are the two Surprise Major methods most ringers learn first. Yorkshire made it into the larder on meri
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  • ...do you know a method, and how much do you know about it? Bristol Surprise Major is probably the most popular and admired method, so what is there to know? | Bristol Surprise Major|| the '''Title''' of the method; by combining name, class and stage, it is
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  • *for Little Bob Major, the extent is: 4 x 7! = 4 x 7 x 6 x 5 x 4 x 3 x 2 x 1 = 20,160 rows
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  • ==Method Splicing Part II - Major Methods== ...text has been transcribed from pages 34 to 38 of Method Splicing Part II - Major Methods by Giles B Thompson, 1968, with minor corrections.
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  • ===[https://complib.org/method/24457 ''Cooktown Orchid Delight Major'']=== ...3-4, or 3-4 to 5-6, not including a bell leading or lying behind. A Treble Bob method doesn’t have internal places made at any cross section, a Surprise
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  • ...(There are just 76 out of nearly 6000 Surprise Major methods without Plain Bob lead ends.) ...idge has a first lead end that is the same as the second lead end of Plain Bob and is a “b” group method. Methods with seconds-place lead ends are in
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  • ===[https://complib.org/method/19048 ''Bristol Surprise Major'']=== ...ents! The next to go in is neither radical nor surprising though – Bristol Major is the method equivalent of sugar.
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  • ===[https://complib.org/method/18970 ''Deva Surprise Major'']=== ...in themselves, but they are really only a gateway to the world of Surprise Major, which offers much more to discover and enjoy.
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  • ...s, e.g. in Phobos, after the second of the two fishtails bells just treble bob until the treble gets back to 5-6. ...nerating attractive compositions. You can count peals of Primrose Surprise Major (8ths place Cambridge) on the fingers of one hand!
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  • What is the falsest TD Major method? ...e six times as long as a standard Surprise Major method), a Treble Dodging Major method can have up to eight [[falseness groups]]. Having both T and U (the
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  • ===[https://complib.org/method/19756 ''Belfast Surprise Major'']=== ...place bells therefore come up in the order 8 6 4 2 3 5 7. When you call a Bob in an MX method, the bells in 5ths place and above dodge at the lead end an
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  • ===[https://complib.org/method/20901 ''Lancashire Surprise Major'']=== ...xists in many fields of endeavour, but when it comes to eponymous Surprise Major methods, the contest is a difficult one to judge. Yorkshire scores for long
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