This Kids Choir's Bohemian Rhapsody Blows The Judges Away
Queen is an ever-lasting band, and Bohemian Rhapsody is a song that has touched the hearts of people worldwide. If you want proof, look no further.
If Moms Had Written Bohemian Rhapsody, It'd Go Like This
Everyone has heard "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen, and most of us probably enjoy listening to it every now and again. However, I bet you haven't heard this version of it by Church on the Move. This video should definitely brighten up your day.
A Classical Rendition of Bohemian Symphony? Yes Please!
A Classic Rendition of an 80's Classic music, orchestra, classical, queen, Bohemian Rhapsody A Classic Rendition of Bohemian Rhapsody by a classical orchestra.
It's a Bohemian Life - Gorgeous Houses!
In modern usage, the term "Bohemian" is applied to people who live unconventional, usually artistic, lives. The adherents of the "Bloomsbury Group", which formed around the Stephen sisters, Vanessa Bell and Virginia Woolf in the early 20th century, are among the best-known examples.
A Cleaner Sat Down by the Piano and Amazed Everyone Around
This professional concert pianist decided to surprise mall-goers with an unforgettable rendition of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody.
Listen To This Acapella Medley of Classic Songs by Queen
Performed by artist Jared Halley, the medley includes the band's best songs like We Will Rock You, We Are the Champions, Don’t Stop Me Now, Bohemian Rhapsody, and Somebody To Love. So immerse yourself in these wonderful compositions and rekindle your Queen love.
Evolution of Music - Lovely!
1930s- Minnie The Moocher - Cab Calloway 1940s- Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy - The Andrew Sisters 1950s- I Walk The Line - Johnny Cash La Bamba - Ritchie Valens 1960s- Stand By Me - Ben E King Barbara Ann - Beach Boys I Want To Hold Your Hand - The Beatles Respect - Aretha Franklin 1970s- ABC - Jackson 5 Bohemian
Classical Music & Jazz Pair So Well Together... Just Listen
In this wonderful performance, Lola, alongside an orchestra, performs George Gershin's well-known piece, Rhapsody in Blue, which was written in 1924 and combines elements of classical music with jazz-influenced effects.
Listen to a Selection of Queen's Very Best Songs
Bohemian Rhapsody Click to watch This is without a doubt Queen's most iconic song of all. Enjoy! Tie Your Mother Down Click to watch This single from 1977 wasn't initially a fan favorite, but it has gained plenty of recognition as one of Queen's classics in the decades since.
This Talented Pianist Will is an Absolute Joy to Watch!
Admire the Mystical Streams and Moors of Czechia in 4K
Šumava National Park is part of the ancient Bohemian Forest located in the South Bohemian regions of the Czech Republic, bordering on Germany and Austria.
This Boy's Harmonica Skills Are Outstanding!
Playing 'Rhapsody in Blue' by Gershwin, this child amazed me with the sounds he's able to create using a harmonica at the young age of 12. He is the winner of the harmonica festival in China, and this is his first big performance after winning.
These Stunning Photos Look More Dramatic Than Baroque Art
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Take A Stroll On Top of the Trees!
Towards Lusen and Rachel mountains you will find the untouched wilderness and the sea of trees in the Bavarian and the bohemian forest. Towards Neuschönau it will be the vast cultural landscape and, on a clear and sunny day, even the silhouette of the alps. Take A Stroll On Top of the Trees!
These Rare Artifacts Are Bound to Take Your Breath Away...
Ceremonial Bohemian arrowheads made of copper and steel alloy (c. 1437-1439AD) 7. Bust and artistic depiction of the Roman emperor, Caracalla 8. An Egyptian mosaic depicting a disobedient dog (c. 200-100BC) 9. Napoleon Bonaparte's 3-chamber box lock pistol (c. 1800AD) 10.
Month of Love: Famous and Beautiful Paintings of Love
[related_articles] In Bed The Kiss by Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec, 1892 Bohemian Toulouse Lautrec painted this captivating Post-Impressionist artwork to show tender and sensual love. The racy subject matter shows two naked women in bed sharing a passionate kiss.
Discover 10 of the Most Beautiful Churches in Paris
Church of Saint-Sulpice In the Latin Quarter, one of the more historic and bohemian quarters of Paris, there is the Church of Saint-Sulpice, second only to Notre Dame, which also receives publicity and recognition.
The Most Stunning Bird Photography of Recent Years...
(Photo by: Lee Daniels) Bohemian waxwings These royally named birds travel in large, nomadic flocks with strong, direct flight pattern. They breed in the coniferous forests throughout most Northern parts of Europe, Asia and Western North America. Photographed here in Ontario, Canada.
Visit Prague - the Most Beautiful Capital City in Europe
Valtava River Spanning both banks of the Valtava River, Prague is home to many bridges – some old, some new, most built in the beautiful Bohemian style that is so characteristic of the city.
Admire the 10 Most Magnificent Cathedrals in Europe
St.Vitus Cathedral, Czech Republic This is the most important church in the Czech Republic and the location of coronations and the burial grounds for the Bohemian kings.
14 Wonderful Moments Scientists Have Documented with a Lens
“Waxwing and Rowan berries in the snow” by Alwin Hardenbol Bohemian Waxwings fly in large flocks looking for tasty berries, but they are very picky. They skip some trees and put off eating the berries in others for later when food is meager. This photo was taken in Finland. 9.
Who Was Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec?
Rejlander, the Founder Of Fine Art Photography The Years in Paris When he was 18 years old, Lautrec moved to the bohemian Montmartre district in Paris. Despite being born an aristocrat, he mainly socialized with those considered in the margins of society – prostitutes, acrobats, and crooners.
These Extraordinary Women Are Truly Inspiring Trailblazers
Bertha Von Suttner (1843 - 1914), an Austrian-Bohemian pacifist and the first woman to be awarded a Nobel Peace Prize (By Martin Maack, Wikimedia Commons ) 21.
Discover Florence With These 12 Stunning Attractions!
Piazza Santo Spirito Another way to get away from the city's classic tourist attractions and taste the modern life is to move to the other side of the Arno River and reach the bohemian Piazza Santo Spirito, which houses an authentic street market as well as a host of small bars and restaurants packed