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Spontaneous Sing-Along To ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ By Students On First Day Of School

An auditorium full of students at Rud High School in Norway is singing along to a ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ sing-along.

This was one of the iconic songs from the band Queen in Britain and was released in 1975, yet these youngsters knew every word of the song and didn’t miss a beat.

They are full of excitement and can be seen laughing and talking to one another just as the performance starts; then, there’s no looking back as everyone joins in the singing.

Four students at the front of the auditorium and their super talented music teacher on the piano are leading the rest of the students in singing this classic number.

This was the first day at Rud High School, and they all decided to kickstart it with this song from Queen. At 1:05, the students sing to perfection “too late” with a perfect tune and then decide to raise their arms in the sky and wave them enjoying the high notes for some seconds.

Then the students start slapping their thighs during the operatic part of the song. The teacher at the piano is a perfectionist as he watches the kids sing while his fingers glide along the piano.

They are full of excitement and can be seen laughing and talking to one another just as the performance starts; then, there’s no looking back as everyone joins in the singing.

Four students at the front of the auditorium and their super talented music teacher on the piano are leading the rest of the students in singing this classic number.

This was the first day at Rud High School, and they all decided to kickstart it with this song from Queen. At 1:05, the students sing to perfection “too late” with a perfect tune and then decide to raise their arms in the sky and wave them enjoying the high notes for some seconds.

Then the students start slapping their thighs during the operatic part of the song. The teacher at the piano is a perfectionist as he watches the kids sing while his fingers glide along the piano.

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