Db9#5 Mandolin Chord

Db9#5 for Mandolin has the notes Db F A B Eb and can be played 5 different ways. Learn about its related chords and interval structure: R 3 #5 m7 9.


Db9#5 Chord

Full name: D flat ninth sharp fifth
AKA: Db9(#5)   Db+9   Dbaug9   Db7#5(add9)  

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Db9#5 Mandolin Chord Charts

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

Db9#5 mandolin chord
Db9#5 mandolin chord
Db9#5 mandolin chord
Db9#5 mandolin chord
Db9#5 mandolin chord


Db9#5 Inversions on mandolin

Db9#5\F mandolin chord
Db9#5\A mandolin chord
Db9#5\B mandolin chord
Db9#5\Eb mandolin chord



Db9#5 Chord Structure

Notes: Db F A B Eb
Interval structure: R 3 #5 m7 9

Chord construction:
R = Db
Db + major interval = F (scale degree = 3rd)
F + major interval = A (scale degree = sharp/augmented 5th)
A + minor interval = B (scale degree = minor 7th)
B + major interval = Eb (scale degree = 9th)


C#9#5 ;


Db9#5 on other instruments

Db9#5 piano
Db9#5 Piano chord chart
Db9#5 guitar
Db9#5 Guitar chord chart
Db9#5 ukulele
Db9%235 ukulele chord
Db9#5 mandolin
Db9%235 mandolin chord
Db9#5 banjo
Db9%235 banjo chord



Scales Related to Db9#5

Scales that include all of the notes of Db9#5.
F#/Gb melodic minor C#/Db whole tone D#/Eb whole tone F whole tone G whole tone A whole tone B whole tone C#/Db leading whole tone D#/Eb leading whole tone F leading whole tone G leading whole tone A leading whole tone B leading whole tone B overtone F altered F enigmatic C dorian b2 A augmented lydian B lydian b7 C#/Db mixolydian b6

Db9#5 chord staff

Musical staff for the Db9#5 chord

Db9#5 summary table

Mandolin chord name Db9#5 (D flat ninth sharp fifth)
Notes and structureDb F A B Eb (R 3 #5 m7 9)
Related Chords C#9#5 ;
Chord Categories is 7#5 with added 9th   9th chord  
Other Notations Db9(#5)   Db+9   Dbaug9   Db7#5(add9)  
Chord Construction R = Db
Db + major interval = F (scale degree = 3rd)
F + major interval = A (scale degree = sharp/augmented 5th)
A + minor interval = B (scale degree = minor 7th)
B + major interval = Eb (scale degree = 9th)
Db9#5 on other instrumentsDb9#5 piano
Db9#5 Piano chord chart
Db9#5 guitar
Db9#5 Guitar chord chart
Db9#5 ukulele
Db9%235 ukulele chord
Db9#5 mandolin
Db9%235 mandolin chord
Db9#5 banjo
Db9%235 banjo chord



References related to this chord

is 7#5 with added 9th   9th chord  

Ninth Chords on Wikipedia

Major Seventh Chords on Wikipedia

 
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