The Classic FM Hall of Fame
Listen to the Hall of Fame this Easter
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The Lark Ascending tops the Hall of Fame 2016 – here's why we love it
Vaughan Williams's much-loved work reaches Number One
The 2015 Classic FM Hall of Fame: the facts and figures behind this year's chart
Find out more about this year's Classic FM Hall of Fame
Everything you need to know about Composed, our classical music streaming app
An indispensable guide to your new favourite app
Can we guess your favourite piece of classical music in 9 questions?
We know what you like, and we're going to tell you.
9 film scores we can’t believe aren’t in the Hall of Fame
Discover 9 of the best film scores – which don't feature in our annual poll
Quiz: which classical piece are you?
Are you more Romantic concerto or Renaissance choral music…?
About the Hall of Fame
What is the Classic FM Hall of Fame?
Put simply, it's the largest poll of the world's favourite classical music. Every January we ask you to get in touch to tell us which are your three top pieces of music. Then, come Easter, we count down from Number 300 and reveal the new Classic FM Hall of Fame.
Which composers have taken the top spot in the past?
Mozart, Rachmaninov and Vaughan Williams have been among the composers who've topped the poll in recent years. But Bruch also took the Number 1 spot for several years. And, although Beethoven always has a strong presence in the top 300, he's never taken that coveted top spot.
How has the chart changed in recent years?
Three words: video game music. Since 2013, soundtracks for video games like Final Fantasy, Banjo Kazooie and The Elder Scrolls have been climbing up the chart. In 2014 Final Fantasy reached Number 3, the highest ever position for a video game soundtrack.
Watch this space for the latest news about the Classic FM Hall of Fame…
The Hall of Fame Hour
From 9am, John Suchet plays nothing but the biggest hits, with all his music taken from the annual Top 300 chart voted for by people like you.
The Classic FM Hall of Fame hardback book features the world’s greatest classical pieces of all time, as voted by you!
Noble gases and metallic elements? Not for us. We’ve turned the periodic table into a celebration of the world’s greatest music.