The intervals composing the A#m chord are Root, Minor Third, and Perfect Fifth
Some chord charts name this chord as:
- A# Minor
- A# Min
- A# Minor Triad
The notes of this chord are A#, C#, and E#
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Notes that compose the A# m chord:
A# C# E#
How the Minor chord is built:
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