One of the finest fan clubs on all over the social media, Freddie Mercury Club posted a really rare video of Queen’s legendary late musician, Freddie Mercury playing the iconic Queen song, “The Millionaire Waltz.”

Freddie Mercury Club gave really worthful information about the song on the caption.

Here is it:

“✨Written by Freddie Mercury, the song is the 4th track on A Day at the Races album released in 1976.
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✨”The Millionaire Waltz” was dedicated to John Reid (Queen’s manager at the time).
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✨It is another multi-key and multi-metre song like “Bohemian Rhapsody”, using abrupt arrangement changes and including May doing multi-tracked guitar choirs.
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✨The song’s also a noteworthy example of John Deacon’s ‘lead bass’ playing, which can be heard quite prominently during the first two minutes of the song in which only John and Freddie play (bass guitar and piano respectively).
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✨About two minutes into the song it changes character from the 3/4 waltz to a 12/8 hard rock segment, which lasts for about thirty seconds. The song then goes back to 3/4 metre and features a multi-layered guitar solo by May.

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💥The Millionaire Waltz💥 . ✨Written by Freddie Mercury, the song is the 4th track on A Day at the Races album released in 1976. . ✨"The Millionaire Waltz" was dedicated to John Reid (Queen's manager at the time). . ✨It is another multi-key and multi-metre song like "Bohemian Rhapsody", using abrupt arrangement changes and including May doing multi-tracked guitar choirs. . ✨The song's also a noteworthy example of John Deacon's 'lead bass' playing, which can be heard quite prominently during the first two minutes of the song in which only John and Freddie play (bass guitar and piano respectively). . ✨About two minutes into the song it changes character from the 3/4 waltz to a 12/8 hard rock segment, which lasts for about thirty seconds. The song then goes back to 3/4 metre and features a multi-layered guitar solo by May. . 👉P.S. All the song facts aside, this has always been one of my favorite tunes of Freddie with that special witty fun mood. And you know I'm a sucker for Freddie at the piano…forget about Mozart and Beethoven and Chopin…Freddie will ALWAYS be my favorite pianist in the whole world 🎹❤ . Now let's waltz to that beautiful melody with these lovely lyrics in Freddie's velvety voice 💃: . 🎶Bring out the charge of the love brigade There is spring in the air once again Drink to the sound of the song parade There is music and love everywhere Give a little love to me (I want it) Take a little love from me, I want to share it with you I feel like a millionaire…🎶❤ . #FreddieMercury #TheMillionaireWaltz

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