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The World's Greatest Music
As men up and down the country grow facial hair for charity, we take a look at 20 of classical music's greatest moustaches through the ages for inspiration.
Johannes Brahms, famous for his grumpy temper and fantastic symphonies, was also a master of the facial hair. His long beard and scruffy demeanour were often the subject of jokes among his friends.
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