Hall of Fame 2014
Browse the 2014 chart
This year, our presenters went head to head in the ultimate classical battle, each picking a composer to champion in the 2014 Hall of Fame... find out more about them below.
Meet the teams
John Suchet's mad about 'The Master' so he'll be casting his vote for Beethoven this year. Find out why you should too...
Surely Mozart's the best composer in the world? Tim Lihoreau certainly thinks so. Find out more about why he loves the Clarinet Concerto.
For Margherita Taylor, it's all about Nimrod, and Elgar deserves to be crowned top of the chart this year. Find out more about her campaign.
John Brunning hopes he's picked a winner this year. He'll be fronting Team Tchaikovsky - find out why you should join him.
Weekend team Alan Titchmarsh and Aled Jones are clubbing together to support Rachmaninov on his climb to the top of the chart.
Never mind Team Rach, it's all about Team BACH! At least, that's how Jane Jones feels. Discover why Bach should get your vote.
Don't listen to Bach, it's all about 'The Lark'! Find out why Jamie Crick thinks Vaughan Williams should be 'Ascending' in 2014.
How does the 2014 chart measure up to the 2013 chart? Have a browse of where your favourite pieces came previously
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