The chord is often abbreviated as D#7. D#m - D sharp minor. D#maj9 - D sharp major ninth On the picture of the keyboard, you can see the three notes of the D# chord marked in red color. D#6/9 - D sharp sixth/ninth (sixth added ninth) D# aug chord for piano with keyboard diagram. Show and filter all chords ›, Abbreviations are often used in chord names (alternative chord symbols in parentheses). D#dim7 - D sharp diminished seventh (D#°7) D#aug - D sharp augmented (D#+) In D# major, that means D#, G# and A#. In a minor key, a major chord is found on the III, V and VI (3rd, 5th and 6th) degrees of the scale. D#m7 - D sharp minor seventh. You can see the four notes of the D# seventh chord marked in red color. Explanation: The D# dim is a three-note chord and you can see the notes marked in red color. D#add - D sharp add D# D#m D#7 D#m7 D#maj7 D#mM7 D#6 D#m6 D#6/9 D#5 D#9 D#m9 D#maj9 D#11 D#m11 D#13 D#m13 D#maj13 D#add D#7-5 D#7+5 D#sus D#dim D#dim7 D#m7b5 D#aug D#aug7 D# stands for D sharp. D#9 chord (also called Dominant 9th chord) for piano presented by keyboard diagrams. D#m9 - D sharp minor ninth Theory: The D# major chord is constructed with a rootThe lowest note in the chord, a major thirdAn interval consisting of four semitones, the 3rd scale degree and a perfect fifthAn interval consisting of seven semitones, the 5th scale degree. D#9 - D sharp dominant ninth D#maj7 - D sharp major seventh (D# 7) D#mM7 - D sharp minor major seventh. D# stands for D sharp. Piano chords with the root note D# (D sharp) including pictures and explanation. D#maj13 - D sharp major thirteenth D#7 - D sharp dominant seventh. D# dim chord. D# major chord for piano (including inversions) presented by keyboard diagrams. D#6/9 - D sharp sixth/ninth (sixth added ninth) D#5 - D sharp fifth. The chord can also be written as D#+. D# D#m D#7 D#m7 D#maj7 D#mM7 D#6 D#m6 D#6/9 D#5 D#9 D#m9 D#maj9 D#11 D#m11 D#13 D#m13 D#maj13 D#add D#7-5 D#7+5 D#sus D#dim D#dim7 D#m7b5 D#aug D#aug7, An interval consisting of four semitones, the 3rd scale degree, An interval consisting of seven semitones, the 5th scale degree, See also D# chords with alternative bass notes ›. D# major chord for piano (including inversions) presented by keyboard diagrams. D#maj7 - D sharp major seventh (D#△7) Choose from the categories below or change to another root note via the menu above. D#7 - D sharp dominant seventh D#7+5 - D sharp seven plus five Theory:The D# aug chord is constructed with a root, a major thirdAn interval consisting of four semitonesand an augmented fifthAn interval consisting of eight semitones. D#5 - D sharp fifth D#6 - D sharp major sixth. The chord is often abbreviated as D#9. Theory: The D# dim chord is constructed with a root, a minor third An interval consisting of three semitones and a flattened The tone is one half step lower fifth An interval consisting of six semitones. D#m13 - D sharp minor thirteenth The chord can also be written as D#°. Explanation: The D# ninth is a five-note chord. Due to practical circumstances, however, the fifth (A#) is often omitted and/or the chord is played inverted. D#13 - D sharp thirteenth Explanation: The regular D# chord is a triad, meaning that it consists of three notes. D#aug7 - D sharp augmented seventh. D#sus - D sharp suspended D#m6 - D sharp minor sixth. D#m6 - D sharp minor sixth D#7 chord for piano with keyboard diagram. Fingerings: Little finger, middle finger, thumb (left hand); thumb, middle finger, little finger (right hand). D# - D sharp major (D#△)