C#m9/E Mandolin Chord

C#m9/E for Mandolin has the notes C# D# E G# B and can be played 6 different ways. Learn about its related chords and interval structure: R 2 m3 5 m7.


C#m9/E Chord

AKA: C#m7/9/E; C#m7/E add2; C#m7/E add9;

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ChartsInversionsStructureRelated chordsChord on other instrumentsRelated scalesChord staffSummary tableReferences


C#m9/E Mandolin Chord Charts

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

C#m9/E mandolin chord
C#m9/E mandolin chord
C#m9/E mandolin chord
C#m9/E mandolin chord
C#m9/E mandolin chord
C#m9/E mandolin chord


C#m9/E Inversions on mandolin

C#m9 mandolin chord
C#m9\D# mandolin chord
C#m9\G# mandolin chord
C#m9\B mandolin chord



C#m9/E Chord Structure

Notes: C# D# E G# B
Interval structure: R 2 m3 5 m7

Chord construction:
minor chord: chord has minor third (R + m3)
chord is m7 (minor + dominant 7): minor chord (R,m3,5) + m7
chord is m9: chord m7 with added 2nd (9th)



C#m9   Dbm9   Dbm9/B   Dbm9/E   C#m9/B   Emaj13   Dbm9/Ab   C#m9/D#   C#m9/G#   C#m9/Eb   C#m9/Ab  


C#m9/E on other instruments

C#m9/E piano
C#m9/E Piano chord chart
C#m9/E guitar
C#m9/E Guitar chord chart
C#m9/E ukulele
C%23m9%5CE ukulele chord
C#m9/E mandolin
C%23m9%5CE mandolin chord
C#m9/E banjo
C%23m9%5CE banjo chord



Scales Related to C#m9/E

Scales that include all of the notes of C#m9/E.
E major B major E ionian B ionian G#/Ab harmonic minor C#/Db natural minor G#/Ab natural minor C#/Db dorian F#/Gb dorian D#/Eb phrygian G#/Ab phrygian E lydian A lydian F#/Gb mixolydian B mixolydian C#/Db aeolian G#/Ab aeolian D#/Eb locrian A#/Bb locrian G altered bb7

C#m9/E chord staff

Musical staff for the C#m9/E chord

C#m9/E summary table

Mandolin chord name C#m9/E
Notes and structureC# D# E G# B ( R 2 m3 5 m7)
Related Chords C#m9   Dbm9   Dbm9/B   Dbm9/E   C#m9/B   Emaj13   Dbm9/Ab   C#m9/D#   C#m9/G#   C#m9/Eb   C#m9/Ab  
Chord Categoriesmin   7   9  
Other NotationsC#m7/9/E; C#m7/E add2; C#m7/E add9;
Chord Constructionminor chord: chord has minor third (R + m3)
chord is m7 (minor + dominant 7): minor chord (R,m3,5) + m7
chord is m9: chord m7 with added 2nd (9th)
C#m9/E on other instrumentsC#m9/E piano
C#m9/E Piano chord chart
C#m9/E guitar
C#m9/E Guitar chord chart
C#m9/E ukulele
C%23m9%5CE ukulele chord
C#m9/E mandolin
C%23m9%5CE mandolin chord
C#m9/E banjo
C%23m9%5CE banjo chord



References related to this chord

min   7   9  

Ninth Chords on Wikipedia

Dominant Seventh Chords on Wikipedia

 
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