B♯ Augmented Chord

Also known as:
B♯aug , B♯+

The B♯ Augmented Chord has an Augmented quality which includes a Major Third interval and an Augmented (raised or sharpened) Fifth that produces a mysterious, tense sound. B♯ Augmented Chord contains the notes B♯, D, F. The B♯ Augmented Chord is a Triad type chord which means it consists of only three notes, the Root B♯, the Third D, and the Fifth F.

Below you will find the B♯ Augmented Chord notes, notation, degrees, intervals, related scales and chords, and more.


B♯, D, F

Theoretical Only

The B♯ Augmented Chord is considered theoretical only as it contains triple sharps or flats.

The usual chord substitution is the enharmonic equivalent C Augmented Chord




B♯ > B♯0Perfect Unison (P1)
B♯ > D4Major 3rd (M3)
B♯ > F8Augmented 5th (A5)

Scales related to B♯ Augmented Chord

Chords related to B♯ Augmented Chord

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