Freddie Mercury could have called it Bohemian Rhapsody differently
Some manuscripts recently discovered by Mary Austin, Freddie Mercury's close friend, show that the late singer, leader of one of the most famous groups of the 70s-90s, could have titled the hit song "Mongolian Rhapsody" gave Queen fame.
The manuscripts, which will also be exhibited in London in September, shortly before going to auction, contain many notes from the time when the song and the entire first album of the group were being composed.
Freddie Mercury wrote them on the pages of a 1974 calendar.
Although it was never revealed why Mercury, who died in 1991 of AIDS, decided to title his famous hit "Bohemian Rhapsody", what we learn today, 50 years later, is that the singer had ideas. others for his musical masterpiece.