Chord Naming variations:
D#maj6/9, D#M6/9, D#MAJ6/9, D#6add9
Ebmaj6/9, EbM6/9, EbMAJ6/9, Eb6add9
This chord is composed of the root, a major third, a perfect fifth, a major sixth and a major ninth
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