We’re counting down the 2017 Classic FM Hall of Fame

7 April 2017, 19:50

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Has your favourite piece made it into the top 300? Will Rachmaninov knock Vaughan Williams off the top spot? Follow the chart as it’s revealed right here

In last year’s Classic FM Hall of Fame, Beethoven had more pieces than Mozart, Vaughan Williams’ took the number one spot with The Lark Ascending and James Horner’s music for Braveheart made it into the top 300 for the first ever time.

Follow the chart as it’s unveiled right here >

Throughout the countdown we're giving away prizes every hour – including a VQ portable radio worth £49.99. Find out how to enter here.