Enharmonic Major Chords
Since C# and Db is the same key on the piano, these two notes are referred to as enharmonic. In other words, they're the same key on the piano but with different spellings. This term can be applied to chords as well.
By the way, each black key on the piano can be a flat or a sharp, which is why I need to cover this topic, as it will come up often.
The C# major chord is C#, E# and G#. These are the same keys that make up a Db major chord, but with a different spelling. As I mentioned above, The C# and the Db is the same key on the piano. Likewise, the E# and F are the same, and so are the G# and Ab.
Here are the two chords together:
C# = C# - E# - G#
D# = D# - Fx - A# (The x after the F is the music symbol for a double sharp, which is the same as a G.)
F# = F# - A# - C#
G# = G# - B# - D#
A# = A# - Cx - E# (Once again, we have a note in this chord with the double sharp symbol. However, the A# major chord symbol is rarely used. In contrast, you'll see the Bb major chord symbol quite a bit.)
1.) Cb is more commonly referred to as B major
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