Chord Root Note: A Flat ( A♭)
A triad is a chord having three notes: a root, third, and fifth notes. Learn how to build triad chords.
A Flat major chord: A♭ – C – E♭
A Flat minor chord: A♭ – C♭ – E♭
A Flat augmented chord: A♭ – C – E
A Flat diminished chord: A♭ – C♭ – E♭♭
Piano Chords Reference Chart
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A seventh chord is a chord having four notes: a root, third, fifth, and seventh notes. Learn how to build seventh chords.
A Flat major seventh chord: A♭ – C – E♭ – G
A Flat minor seventh chord: A♭ – C♭ – E♭ – G♭
A Flat dominant seventh chord: A♭ – C – E♭ – G♭
A Flat half-diminished seventh chord: A♭ – C♭ – E♭♭ – G♭
A Flat diminished seventh chord: A♭ – C♭ – E♭♭ – G♭♭
Select a chord root note to see a list of piano chords from that key:
C | C Sharp | D Flat | D | D Sharp | E Flat | E | F | F Sharp | G Flat | G | G Sharp | A Flat | A | A Sharp | B Flat | B | C Flat