C#m(maj9)#5/C Mandolin Chord

C#m(maj9)#5/C for Mandolin has the notes C# D# E A C and can be played 7 different ways. Learn about its related chords and interval structure: R 2 m3 #5 7.


C#m(maj9)#5/C Chord

AKA: C#m(maj9)+5/C; C#m(maj7/9)+5/C; C#m(+7/9)+5/C; C#m(maj7)+5/C add2; C#m(+7)+5/C add2; C#m(maj7)+5/C add9; C#m(+7)+5/C add9; C#m(maj7/9)#5/C; C#m(+7/9)#5/C; C#m(+7/9)+5/C; C#m(maj7/9)+5/C; C#m(+7/9)+5/C; C#m(maj7)#5/C add2; C#m(+7)#5/C add2; C#m(+7)+5/C add2; C#m(maj7)+5/C add2; C#m(+7)+5/C add2; C#m(maj7)#5/C add9; C#m(+7)#5/C add9; C#m(+7)+5/C add9; C#m(maj7)+5/C add9; C#m(+7)+5/C add9;

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C#m(maj9)#5/C Mandolin Chord Charts

(discarded 1 less important note to make it possible to form the chord)

C#m(maj9)#5/C mandolin chord
C#m(maj9)#5/C mandolin chord
C#m(maj9)#5/C mandolin chord
C#m(maj9)#5/C mandolin chord
C#m(maj9)#5/C mandolin chord
C#m(maj9)#5/C mandolin chord
C#m(maj9)#5/C mandolin chord


C#m(maj9)#5/C Inversions on mandolin

C#m(maj9)#5 mandolin chord
C#m(maj9)#5\D# mandolin chord
C#m(maj9)#5\E mandolin chord
C#m(maj9)#5\A mandolin chord




C#m(maj9)#5/C Chord Structure

Notes: C# D# E A C
Interval structure: R 2 m3 #5 7

Chord construction:
minor chord: chord has minor third (R + m3)
chord is m#5: minor + has augmented 5th (R´+ #5)
chord is m(maj7)#5 (minor with augmented fifth and major 7th): m#5 + major 7
chord is m(maj9)#5: chord m(maj7)#5 with added 2nd (9th)



Dbm(maj9)#5   C#m(maj9)#5   Dbm(maj9)#5/A   C#m(maj9)#5/E   C#m(maj9)#5/A   Dbm(maj9)#5/C   Dbm(maj9)#5/E   C#m(maj9)#5/Eb   Dbm(maj9)#5/D#   Dbm(maj9)#5/Eb   C#m(maj9)#5/D#  


C#m(maj9)#5/C on other instruments

C#m(maj9)#5/C piano
C#m(maj9)#5/C Piano chord chart
C#m(maj9)#5/C guitar
C#m(maj9)#5/C Guitar chord chart
C#m(maj9)#5/C ukulele
C%23m(maj9)%235%5CC ukulele chord
C#m(maj9)#5/C mandolin
C%23m(maj9)%235%5CC mandolin chord
C#m(maj9)#5/C banjo
C%23m(maj9)%235%5CC banjo chord



Scales Related to C#m(maj9)#5/C

Scales that include all of the notes of C#m(maj9)#5/C.
C#/Db harmonic minor C diminished (halftone - wholetone) D#/Eb diminished (halftone - wholetone) F#/Gb diminished (halftone - wholetone) A diminished (halftone - wholetone) C#/Db diminished (wholetone - halftone) E diminished (wholetone - halftone) G diminished (wholetone - halftone) A#/Bb diminished (wholetone - halftone) G#/Ab double harmonic C altered bb7 E dorian b2 D#/Eb locrian 6 E augmented ionian F#/Gb dorian #4 G#/Ab major phrygian A lydian #9 G#/Ab byzantine F#/Gb hungarian major A hungarian major

C#m(maj9)#5/C chord staff

Musical staff for the C#m(maj9)#5/C chord

C#m(maj9)#5/C summary table

Mandolin chord name C#m(maj9)#5/C
Notes and structureC# D# E A C ( R 2 m3 #5 7)
Related Chords Dbm(maj9)#5   C#m(maj9)#5   Dbm(maj9)#5/A   C#m(maj9)#5/E   C#m(maj9)#5/A   Dbm(maj9)#5/C   Dbm(maj9)#5/E   C#m(maj9)#5/Eb   Dbm(maj9)#5/D#   Dbm(maj9)#5/Eb   C#m(maj9)#5/D#  
Chord Categoriesmin   aug   7   9  
Other NotationsC#m(maj9)+5/C; C#m(maj7/9)+5/C; C#m(+7/9)+5/C; C#m(maj7)+5/C add2; C#m(+7)+5/C add2; C#m(maj7)+5/C add9; C#m(+7)+5/C add9; C#m(maj7/9)#5/C; C#m(+7/9)#5/C; C#m(+7/9)+5/C; C#m(maj7/9)+5/C; C#m(+7/9)+5/C; C#m(maj7)#5/C add2; C#m(+7)#5/C add2; C#m(+7)+5/C add2; C#m(maj7)+5/C add2; C#m(+7)+5/C add2; C#m(maj7)#5/C add9; C#m(+7)#5/C add9; C#m(+7)+5/C add9; C#m(maj7)+5/C add9; C#m(+7)+5/C add9;
Chord Constructionminor chord: chord has minor third (R + m3)
chord is m#5: minor + has augmented 5th (R´+ #5)
chord is m(maj7)#5 (minor with augmented fifth and major 7th): m#5 + major 7
chord is m(maj9)#5: chord m(maj7)#5 with added 2nd (9th)
C#m(maj9)#5/C on other instrumentsC#m(maj9)#5/C piano
C#m(maj9)#5/C Piano chord chart
C#m(maj9)#5/C guitar
C#m(maj9)#5/C Guitar chord chart
C#m(maj9)#5/C ukulele
C%23m(maj9)%235%5CC ukulele chord
C#m(maj9)#5/C mandolin
C%23m(maj9)%235%5CC mandolin chord
C#m(maj9)#5/C banjo
C%23m(maj9)%235%5CC banjo chord



References related to this chord

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Ninth Chords on Wikipedia

Dominant Seventh Chords on Wikipedia

 
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