The intervals that compose the D Dominant Seventh Flat Nine Added chord are Root, Major Third, Perfect Fifth, Minor Seventh, and Minor Ninth
Name variations for the D7(b9) chord:
- D Dominant Seventh Flat Nine Added
- D 7b9
- D 7-9
- D Dom7b9
The notes in the D Dominant Seventh Flat Nine Added chord are D, F#, A, C, and Eb
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Notes that compose the D 7(b9) chord:
D F# A C Eb
Chord formula for the Dominant Seventh Flat Nine Added chord:
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