List of chords


The following is a list of musical chords and simultaneities:

Code Chord type
MajorMajor chord
MinorMinor chord
AugmentedAugmented chord
DiminishedDiminished chord
IndeterminateIndeterminate chord
PredominantPredominant chord
SuspendedSuspended chord
M3+d5Major third, flat five
JustJust intonation
BitonalBitonal chord
AtonalAtonal chord
List of musical chords
NameChord on CSound# of p.c.-Forte #p.c. #sQuality
Augmented chord
Play3-120 4 8Augmented
Augmented eleventh chord[1]
Play6-340 4 7 t 2 6Major
Augmented major seventh chord
Play4-190 4 8 eAugmented
Augmented seventh chord
Play4-240 4 8 tAugmented
Augmented sixth chord


3-8
4-25
4-27B
0 4 t
0 4 6 t
0 4 7 t
Predominant
Diminished chord
Play3-100 3 6Diminished
Diminished major seventh chord
Play4-180 3 6 eDiminished
Diminished seventh chord (leading-tone and secondary chord)
Play4-280 3 6 9Diminished
Dominant
Play3-110 4 7Major
Dominant eleventh chord
Play6-330 4 7 t 2 5Major
Dominant minor ninth
Play5-310 4 7 t 1Major
Dominant ninth
Play5-340 4 7 t 2Major
Dominant parallel
Play3-110 3 7Minor
Dominant seventh chord
Play4-270 4 7 tMajor
Dominant seventh flat five chord
Play4-250 4 6 tDiminished
Dominant seventh sharp nine / Hendrix chord
Play5-320 4 7 t 3Major
Dominant thirteenth chord
Play7-350 4 7 t 2 5 9Major
Dream chord
Play4-60 5 6 7Just
Elektra chord
Play5-320 7 9 1 4Bitonal
Farben chord
Play5-z170 8 e 4 9Atonal
Half-diminished seventh chord
Play4-270 3 6 tDiminished
Harmonic seventh chord
Play4-270 4 7 tMajor
Leading-tone triad
Play3-100 3 6Diminished
Lydian chord
Play5-200 4 7 e 6Major
Magic chord
Play80 1 5 6 t 0 3 5Just
Major chord
Play3-110 4 7Major
Major eleventh chord
Play6-z250 4 7 e 2 5Major
Major seventh chord
Play4-200 4 7 eMajor
Major seventh sharp eleventh chord
Play5-300 4 8 e 6Augmented
Major sixth chord
Play4-260 4 7 9Major
Major sixth ninth chord ("6 add 9",[2] Nine six,[3] 6/9)
Play5-350 4 7 9 2Major
Major ninth chord
Play5-270 4 7 e 2Major
Major thirteenth chord
Play7-350 4 7 e 2 6 9Major
Mediant
Play3-110 3 7Minor
Minor chord
Play3-110 3 7Minor
Minor eleventh chord
Play6-320 3 7 t 2 5Minor
Minor major seventh chord
Play4-190 3 7 eMinor
Minor ninth chord
Play5-270 3 7 t 2Minor
Minor seventh chord
Play4-260 3 7 tMinor
Minor sixth chord
Play4-270 3 7 9Minor
Minor sixth ninth chord (6/9)
Play5-290 3 7 9 2Minor
Minor thirteenth chord
Play7-350 3 7 t 2 5 9Minor
Mu chord
Play4-220 2 4 7Major
Mystic chord
Play6-340 6 t 4 9 2Atonal
Neapolitan chord
Play3-111 5 8Major
Ninth augmented fifth chord[2][4]
Play5-330 4 8 t 2Augmented
Ninth flat fifth chord[2]
Play5-330 4 6 t 2M3+d5
Northern lights chord
Play11-11 2 8 0 3 6 7 t e 4 7Atonal
"Ode-to-Napoleon" hexachord
Play6-200 1 4 5 8 9Atonal
Petrushka chord
Play6-300 1 4 6 7 tBitonal
Power chord
P5
Play2-50 7Indeterminate
Psalms chord
Play3-110 3 7Minor
Secondary dominant
Play3-110 4 7Major
Secondary leading-tone chord
Play3-100 3 6Diminished
Secondary supertonic chord
Play3-110 3 7Minor
Seven six chord[5]
Play5-250 4 7 9 tMajor
Seventh suspension four chord[6]
Play4-230 5 7 tSuspended
So What chord
Play5-350 5 t 3 7Bitonal
Suspended chord
Play3-90 5 7Suspended
Subdominant
Play3-110 4 7Major
Subdominant parallel
Play3-110 3 7Minor
Submediant
Play3-110 3 7Minor
Subtonic
Play3-110 4 7Major
Supertonic
Play3-110 3 7Minor
Thirteenth flat ninth chord[2]
Play6-270 4 7 t 1 x 9[7]Major
Thirteenth flat ninth flat fifth chord[2]
Play6-z490 4 6 t 1 x 9[7]M3+d5
Tonic counter parallel
Play3-110 3 7Minor
Tonic
Play3-110 4 7Major
Tonic parallel
Play3-110 3 7Minor
Tristan chord
Play4-270 3 6 tPredominant
Viennese trichord
Play3-5A0 1 6
or
0 6 7
Atonal

See also


Sources


  1. Pearse, John (1977). The Guitarist's Picture Chord Encyclopedia, p.31. ISBN 0-8256-2199-2.
  2. Bay, William (10 April 1971). Encyclopedia of guitar chords. Mel Bay Publications. p. 2. ISBN 978-0-87166-664-2. Retrieved 27 May 2011.
  3. Pearse (1977), p.35.
  4. Pearse (1977), p.27.
  5. Pearse (1977), p.34.
  6. Pearse (1977), p.24
  7. x could be either 5, 6, or nothing, depending on the eleventh of the chord.