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The Mystery Of "Bohemian Rhapsody"

Ever heard  Bohemian Rhapsody? Yes, the title track from the album A Night At The Opera which was performed by Queen, and produced by Roy Thomas Baker in 1975. Crowned by the Guinness Book of Records as the most favorite Song in the United Kingdom (31,000 more respondents). The song itself was written by lead singer of Queen, Freddy Mercury itself. Then what pulled it from these old songs?

As we know that Freddy Mercury is a songwriter of Bohemian Rhapsody   who always use strange  keys of his own. The tone effect quickly once changed. His music has a hard structure and chord to played, Sung in the song Bohemian Rhapsody. From E flat major to F Minor and then to A major etc. The song begins with a question in Acapella : Is this the real life?Is this just fantasy? and ends with the sound of the piano that is certainly unique and interesting, so it's not surprising that nearly all music fans, especially senior music fans certainly know this song.

In addition to lay in the beauty of the partiture, Bohemian Rhapsody was very interesting because the lyrics of her song who invited mystery in line with the departure of the creator. The structure of the lyrics to Bohemian Rhapsody is very complicated, and give rise to much debate over the meaning of the song. Many say that it was difficult to understand, contain words that could arguably odd, especially on the part of his Operas.

It was said that in the process of making the song Bohemian Rhapsody, Freddie looks so confident and knowing what to do, it looks like the idea of this song "sit" a long on Freddie head's. It was said that He had recorded his song lyrics on an old notebook belonging to his father. A wide array of appreciation as to the meaning of the song who are often a controversial debate of all time. One of them is any mention of the word Bismillah (by the nama of Allah) in the lyrics, but on the other hand he mentions the word Beelzebub, meaning Satan.

Using odd history characters and phrases  make this song even listener confusion "bewitched" though they did not know the meaning. There are some words that sound like "spell", such as Galileo, Scaramouche, Beelzebub, Figaro, Mama Mia, and Magnifico. As for the meaning of some "spells" are:

Scaramouch means a coward that chatty.
Fandango means dance.
Beelzebub is the name of a type of devil./
Galileo(? ) inventor?
And so far I have never heard the word Figaro and Magnifico.

According to what I read of Wikipedia's structure of Bohemian Rhapsody is divided into 6 sections, namely ...

Introduction: from minute 00: 00- 00: 48

Ballad :  minute 00: 48  – 2: 36

Guitar Solo : miinute 3: 02 – 4: 07

Opera : minute 3: 02 pm – 4: 07

Hard Rock : minute : 4: 07  – 4: 55

Outro : minute  : 4: 55  – 5: 55

Here is some debate as to the meaning contained in the Bohemian Rhapsody:

Bohemian Rhapsody "is a song that tells a poor person  (I am just a poor boy) to be executed (Open your eyes look up to the skies and see) for take of responbility as his deeds that allegedly killed (" just killed a man, Put a gun against his head, Pulled my trigger, now his dead). But he didn't want anybody who pity him (I need no sympathy). And then he read charms (it could be part of that Opera is ever) in order to be exempt from punishment. He asked for help from God (the Bismillah) to Satan (Beelzebub).

Bohemian Rhapsody "is a song that tells a person to be executed for having killed someone. He wrote his last message to/tell her mother alone to explain his condition right now (Mama ... just killed a man, Put a gun against his head, Pulled my trigger, now hes dead, Mama ... life had just begun, But now Ive gone and thrown it all away).
Bohemian Rhapsody "is a song that tells a person is poor (I am just a poor boy) that the depression then kill someone, and told his mother his own (Mama ...just killed a man, Put a gun against his head, Pulled my trigger, now his dead). And of course he should be take a responsible as the whole thing. Then he asked for forgiveness because he is poor and the depression overuse. He wants only God who sentenced him, not the community. He then tried to argue that he had killed someone, using the term ' Äúmenari'Äù (will you do a fandango). And calling the Devil (Beezelbub) within itself as another reason. However it appears that he did not gain the ease, because after all she should not be separated from the fact that there are (no escape from reality) and must be take responsible acts that he had tried to do.

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