The intervals of this chord are Root, Major Third, diminished Fifth, Minor Seventh, and Major Ninth
You may find this chord denoted as:
- C# Dominant Ninth Flat Five
- C# 9-5
- C# 9(b5)
- C# Dom9b5
The notes in the C# Dominant Ninth Flat five chord are C#, E#, G, B, and D#
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Notes in the C# 9b5 chord:
C# E# G B D#
Tones of the Dominant Ninth Flat five chord:
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