G♭ Augmented Chord
Also known as:
G♭aug , G♭+
The G♭ 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. G♭ Augmented Chord contains the notes G♭, B♭, D. The G♭ Augmented Chord is a Triad type chord which means it consists of only three notes, the Root G♭, the Third B♭, and the Fifth D.
Below you will find the G♭ Augmented Chord notes, notation, degrees, intervals, related scales and chords, and more.
G♭, B♭, D
|G♭ > G♭
|Perfect Unison (P1)
|G♭ > B♭
|Major 3rd (M3)
|G♭ > D
|Augmented 5th (A5)
Scales related to G♭ Augmented Chord
Scales that include different spellings of all the notes of the G♭ Augmented Chord.
♭III+ Chord of D♯ Harmonic Minor Scale
♭III+ Chord of D♯ Melodic Minor Scale
♭VI+ Chord of A♯ Phrygian Dominant Mode
♯V+ Chord of A♯ Whole Tone Scale
♯IV+ Chord of B♯ Whole Tone Scale
I+ Chord of F♯ Whole Tone Scale
♭VII+ Chord of G♯ Whole Tone Scale
Chords related to G♭ Augmented Chord
Chord with the same root and notes as the G♭ Augmented Chord but different spelling.
F♯ Augmented Chord
Different Root Note
Chords that include the same notes (in any spelling) as the G♭ Augmented Chord but have a different root note.