B Major Seventh Chord

Also known as:
B Major 7th , BM7 , Bmaj7 , BMaj7 , Bma7 , BΔ7

The B Major Seventh Chord has a Major quality which includes a Major Third interval that produces a generally happy sound. B Major Seventh Chord contains the notes B, D♯, F♯, A♯. The B Major Seventh Chord is a Seventh type chord which means it consists of a Triad (the Root B, the Third D♯, and the Fifth F♯) and the Seventh A♯.

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


B, D♯, F♯, A♯

Can be omitted: F♯



A♯7Leading Tone


B > B0Perfect Unison (P1)
B > D♯4Major 3rd (M3)
B > F♯7Perfect 5th (P5)
B > A♯11Major 7th (M7)

Scales related to B Major Seventh Chord

Chords related to B Major Seventh Chord

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