Así Brian May tocó un solo frente al elenco de Bohemian Rhapsody

Brian May, uno de los protagonistas y narradores de Bohemian Rhapsody, que narra la historia de Queen, replicó en su cuenta de Instagram, un video publicado por el director del film, Bryan Singer, tocando en su legendaria guitarra Red Special, el solo de guitarra que viene antes de la sección operística de Bohemian Rhapsody. A su lado estaba Gwylim Lee, actor que interpretó a May en la cinta, mirando atentamente cada movimiento del músico, para luego interpretarlos de forma exacta.

Tal como se puede ver en la publicación, Brian May destaca que: “Cuando el equipo de BR estaba filmando esta escena, estaba por ahí, ¡así que Gwil me invitó a probar! ¿Cómo lo hice, amigos? Bueno, obviamente no es tan bueno como Gwil! ¡Es un artista entrenado! Nos divertimos mucho.

Si te gustó la película, entonces vas a disfrutar este momento que nos regaló Brian May:

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This clip is stolen from @bryanjaysinger, who was evidently filming it on his iPhone. When the BR team were shooting this scene, I happened to be around, so Gwil invited me to have a go ! How did I do, folks ? Well, obviously not quite as good as Gwil ! He’s a trained artist ! 😊 We had too much fun ! I’d like to see the rest of what happened, captured by the film cameras which were still rolling … some day. In case you’re wondering why this solo doesn’t sound like the ‘out-take’ solo in the film, I only had the idea to make that happen later, when we were polishing the soundtrack. In any case, we wouldn’t have had the facilities to do that on the day of the shoot. In the film, you hear a variant take on the Bo Rhap solo which just MIGHT have been the one previous to the final one which made it onto the record! Might ! That’s if it hadn’t been a genius first-take keeper. Ha ha ! I honestly don’t remember ! A million thanks to @mrgwilymlee Bri

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