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C#m baritone ukuleleC#m Baritone Ukulele Chord

The C#m chord for the baritone ukulele is shown on the diagram to the left. It is used with standard baritone ukulele tuning (DGBE).

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The C-sharp minor chord, also known as the D-flat minor chord is made up of the notes C#, E, and G#. There are several ways to play this chord on the baritone ukulele. The variation you use depends on the music, the player’s ability, and the effect desired. 

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Every chord has its own characteristic or personality. In 1806 the composer Christian Schuber wrote about the quality of different chords. Of the C#minor chord he wrote, “Penitential lamentation, intimate conversation with God, the friend and help-meet of life; sighs of disappointed friendship and love lie in its radius.”

Many popular songs were written in the key of C#/Db minor including “Sweet Child of Mine”, by Guns and Roses, “Still Haven’t Found What I am Looking For” by U2, and “Little Red Corvette” by Prince.

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