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Queen Post ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Covers by Choir, String Quartet

Rock outfit celebrates 40th anniversary of seminal single with reinterpretations by Royal Academy of Music students, Trinity Boys Choir and English National Ballet

Jon Blistein Dec 23, 2015
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Queen are celebrating the 40th anniversary of their seminal track “Bohemian Rhapsody” with reinterpretations of the song performed by the Trinity Boys Choir and a string quartet comprising students from the Royal Academy of Music.

Queen released “Bohemian Rhapsody” on October 31st, 1975. The song became the group’s first Number One single and U.K. Christmas Number One; the track was re-released in 1991 after Mercury’s death and became the only single to top the U.K. charts twice, both regularly and on Christmas.

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