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Sixth chord
also called 6th chord and has one more synonym

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  1. any chord, or meaningful connection of notes, that contains the interval of a sixth

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  2. a term from music

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  3. The simplest example is the first inversion of a minor triad, which consists of a major third and a major sixth above the root

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  4. when the term sixth chord is used without qualification, it usually refers to such a chord

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  5. In jazz, this form is referred to as a major sixth chord

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  6. In early music this was considered an autonomous harmonic entity with the root named by the bass, while after this period it was simply considered an inversion of a chord with the bass being the third (not the root) and the root being the sixth (not

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