Canterbury 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
    34-36.14-12-36.14-14.36,16
    Leadhead
    h 156342
    Method above
    Method below
    FCH Groups
    Extension construction
    Compositions designed for this method
    24
    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 Alnwick Surprise Minor, Netherwood Surprise Minor
    1AB/1CD extension [Unnamed] Delight Major
    3AB/1DE extension [Unnamed] Delight Major
    3AB/3DE extension [Unnamed] Delight Major
    4AB/1EF extension [Unnamed] Delight Major
    4AB/3DE extension [Unnamed] Delight Major
    1BC/1EF extension Canterbury Surprise Major
    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
    3CD/2CD extension [Unnamed] Surprise Major
    Date Type Details
    Wed 18 Jun 1958 First peal on towerbells Langleybury
    Tue 30 Jun 1998 First peal on handbells
    Library
    CCCBR
    Notes
    Method Id
    15110
    Created on
    Thu 17-May-12 19:32
    by
    Method Importer
    Modified on
    Sun 07-Jan-18 15:04
    by
    Method Importer