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It was composed by Freddie Mercury for his acclaimed 1975 album "A Night at the Opera." "Bohemian Rhapsody" is the originality in itself and represents a clear example of the genius of its creator.
Formally presents an unusual structure, ie, the song implies greater similarity to a rhapsody classical to popular music. Mercury gave no chorus to its composition, but the structure into six very different from each other: first, an a cappella introduction, followed by a ballad, then a guitar solo, which would lead to an amazing segment operatic inserted almost to complete a section of rock, and as great climax, a coda that takes up the tempo and tone of the ballad introduction, thus completing the circle of music.
Note that the guitar solo in this song has been regarded as the twentieth best of all time. When "Bohemian Rhapsody" was released as a single business was a complete success, made history on the British charts staying on top for nine weeks. But it was not there, after the death of its creator in 1991, again reaching number one in the British territory. A total of 2,176,000 was a record-setting sales, the third biggest selling single of all time
In "Bohemian Rhapsody," Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor and Brian May use and combine various vocal registers, singing tones, sharp and severe, respectively. In terms of instruments: May be responsible for playing the guitar, Taylor drums, timpani and gong, and John Deacon on bass. Most of "Bohemian Rhapsody" was composed by Mercury at his home in Holland Road, Kensington, North London. Interestingly enough, mention that the song's producer, Roy Thomas Baker, told the media the way they played Mercury introductory ballad for him: "He played the piano in the beginning. Then he stopped and said, 'And this is where the operations section begins! " Luego nos fuimos a cenar". Then we went to dinner. " As explained above, the song consists of six sections: introduction, ballad, guitar solo, opera, rock and coda, an original and disconcerting reporting format abrupt changes of style, tone and tempo: in short, an unusual structure in rock music ever before. As for the theme, "Bohemian Rhapsody" is defined as the story of a man who killed someone and, like Faust, sold his soul to the devil. The night before his execution, the murderer prays to God in Arabic, "Bismillah", and with the help of angels able to recover his soul, until then held by Satan. Despite this clarification, the critics have always speculated about the meaning of the lyrics. There are those who contend that describes a suicide murderer tormented by demons, or covering only the moments before an execution. The latter theory reminds us of the novel by Albert Camus' The Stranger, "in which an impulsive young man confesses his crime and receives a preview to receive the death penalty, an argument that could serve as an inspiration to Mercury. Other critics attribute the letter to a nonsense, a literary composition devoid of concrete meaning, with the only requirement that combine well with the music, such as Kenny Everett said that letter was "a random collection of nonsense rhymes." They consider diverse interpretations around this song, but the most controversial mark it as a reflection of the author's homosexuality: Mercury, in order to leave the relationship with his girlfriend Mary Austin, and prepared for a male partner. The musicologists Sheila Whiteley and Judith Peirano were ideologues of this theory.
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