The D Sharp Major Chord On The Piano – Charts, Fingering & Inversions

D sharp major piano diagram

The D sharp Major Chord on the piano consists of the notes D#, F##, and A#, creating a bright and vibrant sound that is commonly used in classical music compositions.

How to play the D sharp Major Chord on the piano

D sharp Major Chord in root position

D sharp major chord root position piano diagram

For the D sharp Major Chord in root position, the left hand should position the thumb on D sharp, the middle finger on F sharp, and the pinky finger on A sharp. The right hand should position the thumb on D sharp, the middle finger on F sharp, and the pinky finger on A sharp. Both hands should be curved and relaxed, with the fingers lightly resting on the keys.

D sharp Major Chord inversions

First Inversion

D sharp major chord 1st inversion piano diagram

To transition from the root position to the first inversion, just elevate the lowest note of the root position chord by one octave.

Second Inversion

D sharp major chord 2nd inversion piano diagram

To move from the root position to the second inversion of a D sharp Major chord on the piano, the notes D#, F#, and A# should be rearranged to A#, D#, and F#.