The intervals of this chord are Root, Major Third, Perfect Fifth, Minor Seventh, Major Ninth, and Major Eleventh
Different notations for this chord:
- D# Dominant Eleventh
- D# Dom 11
- D# Dominant 11
This chord is composed of the notes D#, F##, A#, C#, E#, and G#
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Notes in the D# 11 chord:
D# F## A# C# E# G#
Tones of the Dominant Eleventh chord:
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