D minor ukulele chord

D minor ukulele chord is a minor triad.  The alternative names of D minor are Dmin and Dm. To build a D minor chord, you need to use the minor triad formula (1-3-5)


How to Play D minor chord on ukulele?

In order to play the D minor chord, you have to place your middle finger on the 2nd fret of the g-string, your ring finger on the 2nd fret of the C-string, and the index finger on the 1st fret of the E-string.  Let the A-string  ring open. There are several different ways to play Dmin on ukulele.  In this video you will see the most “finger friendly” version of Dmin ukulele chord.

Watch the video and learn how to play the Dmin ukulele chord on ukuleles tuned to Standard (gCEA) ukulele tuning.

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