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Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” is a song which has been produced in several versions, but not all the time you come across one which you can compare with the one in the clip below. Here, it was being performed by the Frensham Madrigals choir, which is a choir composed of girls.

The girls had just belted a few lines when the audience started laughing and cheering. We were lucky that someone had a camera and recorded the whole performance and shared with us to enjoy.

This choir from the Frensham School has a rich history. 1913 was the year when the school was founded and Winifred West was the person behind its foundation. The school as a capacity of 300 students and though there are those who travel there daily, some live in the Mittagong, Australia based school. Its choir is one of the things which make the school popular.

Before they performed this song, they underwent several weeks of practice and that is why their final product was not far from perfect. Apart from hitting every note perfectly, their hilarious dance moves are worth watching.

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