The way one can write down the notes.
4.1 Standing on a line
4.2 Between two lines
4.3 Hanging on a line
Notes, written down under the centre line, are written down with their stick pointing upwards, notes above the centre line have their stick pointing downwards. When several notes have a shared flag one can, for the sake of the clarity of the arrangement, deviate from the rule.
In case of polyphony one writes down the top notes with the stick pointing upwards en the bottom one with the stick pointing downwards.
Three horizontal lines which are placed on equal distances from eachother. The staff in which and around the notes are placed.
Hereby is indicated in which twaalftal one must read. “C “ as an example. (See “Strings of notes”.)
2. Ledger lines
Above and under the drielijn. If necessary one can add more ledger lines. If the staff, for some notes, not provides enough space for the notes, the drielijn can be extended with one or more ledger lines or a part of drielijn. In a situation in which this applys for several times one switches to another “Twaalftal”. (“See “twaalftal” in “Strings of notes”.)
3. Names of the notes.
Are, normally spoken, not mentioned in a work.
7. Time signature.
To specify the used time signature.
"3/4" as an example.
The tone colour is indicated with a capital or small letter. Written indications are also possible. “C” as an example.
(See the possibilities in: “Tone colour”.)