"DRIELIJN" is a method to write music. In this method each note gets the place which belongs to him. The principle of "DRIELIJN" is indicated below.
For explanation concerning parts of the legenda you press the desired figure.
For further information on other subjects you press on the links involved.
The fact that "DRIELIJN" reduces the number of lines does not mean that there are no components from the existing system, which have proved their value, are taken over
Data in the notation which remain the same, or with a small adaptation, are: form of the notes and rests, denomination of the tone colour, decorations, names of the dynamics, names of the tempo etc.
In general, those matters which are used to make music of music and further have no tie with the type of music notation.
“The need for a new notation, or a radical
improvement of the old, is greater than it
seems, and the number of ingenious minds
that have tackled the problem is greater
than one might think”
Arnold Schönberg, 1924
Source: “A new twelve-tone notation”
c cd d de e f fg g ga a ab b c
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2