Water Surprise Major

known as Grandsire Surprise Major between 11/21/74 and 1/17/75
Changes
  • Adjacent
  • Identity
  • Jump
  • Static
  • Dynamic
Hunt bells
  • Principle
  • Hunter
    • Single
    • Multiple
    • All
Working bell cycles
  • Unicyclic
  • Isocyclic
  • Differential
Hunter classes
  • Plain
    • Place
    • Bob
  • Treble Dodging
    • Treble Bob
    • Delight
    • Surprise
  • Alliance
  • Treble Place
  • Hybrid
  • Little
Symmetry
  • Asymmetric
  • Palindromic
  • Double
  • Rotational
  • Offset
Leadheads
  • Plain Bob
  • Grandsire
  • Original
  • Cyclic
  • Rounds
Course properties
  • True plain course
  • True leads
  • Right place
  • Uneven parity
  • Layered
Place notation
38-38.14-12-38.14-14.58.16-16.58,18
Leadhead
l 16482735
Method above
Water Surprise Major
Method below
FCH Groups
BDd
Extension construction
EP3-1DE/1EF
Compositions designed for this method
12
Leads in course
7
Lead length
32
Plain course length
224
Hunt bells
1
Working bells
7
Stationary bells
0
Maximum blows in one place
4
Relationship Method(s)
Leadend/halflead variant London Surprise Major
EP3-1DE/1EF
Extension path
Water Surprise Minor
EP3-5ABCD/2DEFG [Unnamed] Surprise Maximus
EP3-6DE/3DE [Unnamed] Surprise Royal
Date Type Details
Thu 21 Nov 1974 First peal on towerbells by the Manchester University Guild at Sacred Trinity, Salford
Collection Page Reference
Ringing World (1974) 1063
Library
CCCBR
Notes
Method Id
20167
Created on
Thu 17-May-12 19:32
by
Method Importer
Modified on
Thu 10-Oct-19 20:57
by
Method Analyser