Clarinet Concerto No.1 in F minor Opus 73 (2) Carl Maria Von Weber Download 'Clarinet Concerto No.1 in F minor Opus 73 (2)' on iTunes
Have you ever looked at a picture of Mozart and thought, 'Where do I know that face?' Our list of composer lookalikes and classical music doppelgängers will answer the question, 'which composer does Krishnan Guru-Murthy remind me of?'
Renowned for his mastery of the baroque style, J.S. Bach also has a modern-era musical counterpart that looks more than a little like him… The legendary Queen guitarist is growing into his beautiful grey cloud of a hairstyle, in much the same way Bach did.
Which legend of science is the spitting image of Edvard 'In The Hall Of The Mountain King' Grieg? It's Einstein, of course! Not so famous for his compositions, but we hear his E=MC2 is pretty good.
Whether you like symphonies or hearing about the price of your average shopping basket, you can't deny the weird similarity between these two.
The impeccably moustached opera composer Giacomo Puccini has an equally facially-furnished doppelgänger who was equally famous for his incredible vocal lines… Queen lead singer Freddie Mercury! Not sure Puccini would be seen romping around the stage topless, though.
The most famous French impressionist of them all has a rather unlikely doppelgänger - but who is it? Claude, you might be responsible for producing some of the most beautiful late-romantic music ever composed, but you also happen to look like David Brent-era Ricky Gervais.
Wonder what Harry Potter thought about the imposition of cultural Zhdanovism in Soviet Russia... never mind, those glasses really make him look like Shostakovich, and that's all that matters.
Good game, good game… but which TV celebrity shares Francis Poulenc's love of dance? TV legend Bruce Forsyth looks uncannily like the French composer and member of Les Six.
Another glasses-wearer, Franz Schubert just has something about him that reminds of the news. Now, what could it be…? That's it! The newsreader's resemblance to Schubert is quite stunning.
We know that Alexander Borodin was a keen scientist in his spare time, but was he also a member of La Resistance? And who knows if Gordon Kaye from Allo Allo knew his character René was such a dead ringer for the Russian composer?
One of the forefathers of experimental and atonal music, Alban Berg has an equally distinguished doppelgänger… That whimsical look, the sideways haircut - Fry and Berg are dead ringers.
The father of the modern symphony, Ludwig Van Beethoven has a lot of fans at Classic FM, but perhaps his biggest is also the one that looks most like him… Our very own John Suchet has the same steely look as The Master - just look at them together!
This is ridiculous - they're almost wearing the same jumper! Star of TV's most bewildering show 'Lost', Josh Holloway and Eric Whitacre should really hang out at parties together to confuse people.