Bohemian Rhapsody — Covered by Indiana University Symphony Orchestra

Wow!  Well here is something you don’t hear every day!  Oops, This post will pause for a Public Service Announcement:

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Every now and then you hear an Orchestra play around with a recent song and have some fun, but this is something special.

I never realized Freddie Mercury’s voice was the human equivalent of a viola, but it makes perfect sense to me now.  That crystal-pure tone of longing is absolutely perfect.  Give it a moment in a quiet room without distractions (yeah I know, that happens like what, once a week?) and you may be surprised by your emotions.

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