The Show Must Go On is a song of the English rock band Queen, final track on the album Innuendo in 1991. It is one of the few hits of Queen that reached at the time a higher position in the US (# 2) than in the UK (# 16). Initially it was thought that this song was a testament of Freddie Mercury, speaking of his state of mind before he died, but this sad and poignant poetry was born from the pen of Brian May. At the end it is still the result of the collaboration of all group members.
|May, Mercury, Deacon and Taylor|
|0 Full Score A3 - 1 Full Score - 6 Flute I + II - 2 Oboe - 2 Bassoon - 1 Clarinet Eb - 4 Clarinet I - 4 Clarinet II - 4 Clarinet III - 1 Bass Clarinet - 1 Soprano Saxophone - 2 Alto Saxophone I - 2 Alto Saxophone II - 2 Tenor Saxophone - 1 Baritone Saxophone - 2 Trumpet I - 2 Trumpet II - 2 Trumpet III - 2 Horn I + III F/Eb - 2 Horn II + IV F/Eb - 2 Trombone I C - 1 Trombone I Bb (BC/TC) - 2 Trombone II C - 1 Trombone II Bb (BC/TC) - 2 Trombone III C - 1 Trombone III Bb (BC/TC) - 2 Euphonium C - 2 Euphonium Bb (BC/TC) - 2 Bas Bb (BC/TC) - 2 Bas Eb (BC/TC) - 4 Tuba C - 1 Keyboard/Piano/Synthesyser - 1 Bass Guitar - 1 Guitar - 1 Drums|
|Pop Music arrangements/Catalogue New Band Music Vol. 17|
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