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We take a look back at last year's Hall of Fame and see which concertos were the most popular. Here's a clue - one of them topped the whole chart, too!
20. Placed at 116 overall in the chart, this quirky concerto from the late Deep Purple keyboardist is a remarkable work. It had its premiere under no less than Malcolm Arnold at the Royal Albert Hall, featuring Deep Purple themselves as the 'group'.
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