Matthew Skala
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Trying to figure out what to call a chord consisting of the notes D, A, and B. I want to say "D suspended 6th" - it is in the key of D and it makes sense harmonically for this to be a D chord - but it appears the term "suspended 6th" is rare and when used at all is supposed to mean a chord with a third and sixth (no fifth), not a fifth and sixth (no third, like other suspended chords), so I fear the Chord Police are going to drag me away.

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