The intervals that compose the Db Dominant Ninth Flat five chord are Root, Major Third, diminished Fifth, Minor Seventh, and Major Ninth
The Db Dominant Ninth Flat five chord is spelled in the following ways:
- Db Dominant Ninth Flat Five
- Db 9-5
- Db 9(b5)
- Db Dom9b5
The Db9b5 chord is made up of the notes Db, F, Abb, Cb, and Eb
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Db 9b5 chord Notes:
Db F Abb Cb Eb
Chord structure of the Dominant Ninth Flat five chord:
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