It’s been top of the Classic FM Hall of Fame six times – we asked one of the world’s best violinists why she loves Vaughan Williams’s masterpiece
Ralph Vaughan-Williams Guides
It's topped the Hall of Fame in 2014, so we decided to honour Ralph Vaughan Williams pastoral epic with a beautiful film poster
Charting Vaughan Williams' progress in the Classic FM Hall of Fame… with some pixellated help from Flappy Bird
From four centuries of royal music, Vaughan Williams provides a moment of quiet reflection.
A little-known work by Vaughan Williams was the first musical piece ever commissioned by the W.I.
If you thought Vaughan Williams was all Greensleeves and Larks, think again. He's cool enough to pull off the name Ralph for a start…
Best known for The Lark Ascending, Ralph Vaughan Williams wrote nine symphonies, operas, film scores and was an avid collector of English folk songs.
Classic FM breaks down some of the popular myths surrounding the greatly revered English composer, Ralph Vaughan-Williams.
Vaughan Williams was the gifted Englishman, whose symphonies alone confirm him as a 20th-century master.
Classic FM picks the top recordings of Vaughan-Williams' masterful work - a symphony with an outer air of tranquility, but tension at its core.
E.L. James' book Fifty Shades Of Grey has inspired an album of fantastic classical music - here's our track by track album guide!