Music Theory Quiz!

Try to answer all the questions according to music theory! If there's any wrong question/answer or any orthographic mistake, please write it on the comments. It was a challenge for me to do this quiz, because I didn't know any musical terms in English. Hope you enjoy!
Quiz by Enelabe
Last updated: August 4, 2015
First submittedAugust 4, 2015
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Using the Treble Clef, what note is located in the 4th line (starting from the bottom)?
How many sharps has got the key of B major?
What's the name of the note part going up from the note head and holding the flag?
What's the relative minor key for B flat major?
G minor
How many flats has got the key of E flat minor?
Using the Bass Clef, what note is located in the space below the first line (starting from the bottom)?
How many sixteenth notes can we place inside a dotted half note?
What's the interval between E flat and A?
What's the name of the scale with twelve pitches, each a semitone above or below another?
Chromatic Scale
How many eighth note triplets can we place inside a 5/2 time signature measure?
In the key of G major, what chord is located in the fourth (IV) degree of the scale?
C major
An ordinary piano can play from A0 to...?
What note we'll get if we apply a m3 ascending interval to F?
A flat
How many minor chords are located on a major diatonic scale?
What's the dominant key of A flat major?
E flat major
Level 43
Sep 9, 2016
You should accept things like Eb. It should not be required to add the words major, or minor as well. I knew all of these, but typing every possible answer was annoying.
Level 30
Sep 9, 2016
Okay, thanks for the feedback! :)
Level 34
May 24, 2017
There are 2 minor chords in a major diatonic scale; chords two and six. NOT three
Level 30
Jun 10, 2017
There are actually three; the third one is also minor (eg: in the key of C major the minor chords are D minor (second), E minor (third) and A minor (sixth)).