Alnwick Surprise Minor

Method type
  • Hunter
  • Differential
  • Principle
  • Block
  • Hunter classification
    • Plain
      • Place
      • Bob
      • Slow Course
    • Treble Dodging
      • Treble Bob
      • Delight
      • Surprise
      • Alliance
      • Treble Place
      • Hybrid
      • Little
    Symmetry
  • Asymmetric
  • Palindromic
  • Double
  • Rotational
  • Offset
  • Lead properties
  • True lead
  • Plain Bob leadhead
  • Grandsire leadhead
  • Original leadhead
  • Cyclic leadhead
  • Course properties
  • True plain course
  • Right place
  • Uneven parity
  • Layered
  • Place notation
    34-36.14-12-36.14-14.36,12
    Leadhead
    e 164523
    Method below
    FCH Groups
    Extension construction
    Compositions designed for this method
    25
    Leads in course
    5
    Lead length
    24
    Plain course length
    120
    Hunt bells
    1
    Working bells
    5
    Stationary bells
    0
    Maximum blows in one place
    2
    Relationship Method(s)
    Leadend/halflead variant Canterbury Surprise Minor, Netherwood Surprise Minor
    1AB/1EF extension Alnwick Surprise Major
    4AB/1DE extension [Unnamed] Surprise Major
    4AB/1EF extension [Unnamed] Surprise Royal
    3BC/4FG extension [Unnamed] Surprise Major
    4BC/3FG extension [Unnamed] Surprise Major
    4BC/1DE extension [Unnamed] Surprise Maximus
    1CD/2DE extension [Unnamed] Surprise Major
    3CD/1FG extension [Unnamed] Surprise Major
    Date Type Details
    Wed 9 Apr 1958 First peal on towerbells Langleybury
    Thu 2 Dec 1993 First peal on handbells
    Library
    CCCBR
    Notes
    Method Id
    15109
    Created on
    Thu 17-May-12 19:32
    by
    Method Importer
    Modified on
    Sun 07-Jan-18 15:04
    by
    Method Importer