Physically it is impossible to devise a music notation which does right to each individual note. The physicist process is much too complex for it.
Already for a long time people are debating which note belongs to which tone; the tunings. A few of these people are:
D'Alembert-Rousséau, Aristoxenos, Pietro A. Aron, Johan Sebastiaan Bach, Juan Bermudo, F. Busoni, S. Calvisio, Corrette, Didymos, C. Eitz, Juan de Espina, L. Euler, Félix Falcó, A. Fokker, L. Fugliano, Bartolomeo Giovernardi, A. Hába, George Frederick Händel, H. Helmhodtz, P. Hindemith, William Holder, Chr. Huygens, P. v. Janko, Jean Jousse, Herbert Anton Kellner, Johan. Kepler, Johann Philipp Kirnberger, Lambert-Chaumont, F. W. Marpurg, J. Matheson, N. Mercator, M. Mersenne, Luis de Milán, Nasarre, J. G. Neidhardt, Ramos de Pareja, Juan Bautista Pomar, M. Prätorius, Peter Prelleur, Pythagoras, J. Ph. Rameau, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Francisco de Salinas, Tomás de Santamaría, Arnold Schlick, G. Silberman, R. Stein, Antonio Soler, G. A. Sorge, Simon Stevin, G. Tartini, José de Torres, D. G. Türk, Pedro de Ulloa, Antonio Vallotti, N. Vicentino, Andreas Werckmeister, Thomas Young, G. Zarlino, Joseph Zaragozá.
Still the flats and sharps stayed. Whereas many instruments do not have the possibility of choice between Ais and Bes. Musicians and singers who have this possibility adjust effortlessly. They intone exactly the tone which is needed.
“DRIELIJN” shows in a simple way that it can be done more easily.