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Bohemian Rhapsody- Queen

bohemian rhapsody - queen by kayla reininger Intro Ballad Guitar solo Opera Hard rock Outro song divided into six parts, an unusual technique in rock music history written by Freddie Mercury in 1975, the song took a long time to produce because of its complexity INTRO: is this the real life? is this just fantasy? HARD ROCK: so you think you can love me and leave me to die? section establishes a dream-like state by wondering what is real, what is not. also highlights a sense of instability BALLAD: mama, i just killed a man. represent's the narrator's success. makes references to an unspecified “you," which can be interpreted as a flashback to why the narrator killed a man in the first place OUTRO: any way the wind blows. section acts as a confessional for the narrator. a bass line in this section sets an underpinning mood of desperation GUITAR SOLO establishes a resolution and a new sense of freedom. the sound of a large tam-tam at the very end releases all tension that was built up throughout the song represents the narrator's travels to 'face the truth' (as established in the ballad section). the truth is represented by hell queen has been recognized by multiple magazines as one of the best bands in history. OPERA: i see a little silhouetto of a man. rhythmic and harmonic changes depict the narrator's descent into hell. the constant changing of pitches and tones represent rivals fighting over the narrator's soul every one of their albums have gone gold, with multiple going platinum.

Bohemian Rhapsody- Queen

shared by judithgold on Jan 27
In this infographic the iconic song Bohemian Rhapsody is divided into six parts and analyzed.


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