• Simon Linford
    152
    Do experienced Grandsire Triples conductors transpose and use coursing orders, or some other technique for keeping ringing right more prevalent? While I have called plenty of quarters (usually the same one) I have never got round to bothering wtiht he coursing order as it hasn't seemed to add enough value compared with just using instinct and quick reactions for the effort it would take to follow.
  • John Harrison
    92
    not sure I would call myself experienced but I've called plenty of G7, usually the same quarter composition. I use coursing order but not the full order that change every lead. So the plain course has CO 5346 (2). The hunt bell is in brackets. The transpositions for positions that don't affect the 7 are easy and operate on a different pair (plus hunt bell) similar to the way they do in Major. Transpositions when the 7 goes in and out of the hunt are a bit more fiddly, which is why I prefer to keep 7 out of the hunt. I think I wrote it up in the conducting chapter of THB, which is on my website.
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