Okay then, here's a few questions that may or may not be easy. Some historical, and some musical, but all interesting:
Name the Puritan torture device that wasn't even made illegal in England until the middle of the 20th century. However rare cases were people could actually go to court and get permission to humiliate their wives with this publicly, up until the late 1920's when it hadn't been used for decades and people were really starting to wonder why it still existed.
Which country and famous city did we get our table manners from during the Renaissance period?
Which composer wrote a piece for Piano and Violin duet that was literally a representation of hell and was titled hell in french? It was in f minor, if that helps just a little bit.
Which famous Russian pianist played at the Potsdam conference for Stalin, Roosevelt, and Churchill?
Who was the director of the Moscow Radio Symphony orchestra during the February of 1966?
Why was Charles Valentin Alkan afraid of facing the camera when pictures were taken of him?
What color is the pair of boxer briefs i am wearing? I don't expect an answer but it would be awesome if someone actually guessed correctly.(one of you is looking at me with binoculars in the house right next to me, i am sure of it
What time did Mozart arise every day to pray before going on about his business during the day?
Which two pieces intended for Sibelius' Kung Kristian II (King Christian II) Suite, Op. 27 did Sibelius leave out?
A century ago in Spain what did the gesture of lightly tugging on your left eyelid symbolize during a social outing?
Which local language of Europe has a word in it that dates back literally to the ice age? The word means sword and originally meant sharp rock...
These are very interesting, and difficult but doable. I love trivia. If any one person gets all of these they deserve the title of neurotic.