Here, the four-note materia, ↑111, is scored with 17 starting notes.
There are 17 starting notes: C, C♯, D♭, D, D♯, E♭, E, F, F♯, G♭, G,
G♯, A♭, A, A♯, B♭, and B.
If there is no ♯ or ♭ on the starting note, such as C, D, etc., and if ♯ or ♭ is required on a note other than the starting note, both should be noted (♯ first, ♭ after).
If there is a ♯ or ♭ in the starting note, such as C♯, D♭, etc., use that symbol as needed in both the basic and variant forms.
The colors of the notes, black and blue, are assumed to be black for chord tones and blue for the rest, but are not detailed here.
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