Voices of Spring Opus 410 Johann Strauss (II)
Last year's Hall of Fame featured some incredible soundtracks from the world of TV, film and video games - but which one topped the lot?
10. He's a Hall of Fame one-hit-wonder, but Craig Armstrong's music from Baz Luhrmann's visionary film version of Romeo and Juliet has endured in popularity, charting at no. 148 in the overall Hall of Fame.
9. Taken from the movie Dangerous Moonlight, Richard Addinsell incurably romantic piano indulgence was a big enough hit to land it in the ten most popular soundtracks in last year's Hall of Fame.
8. Gladiator, with its epic tale of Roman vengeance and more than its fair share of guts and gore, has a suitably epic soundtrack from one of the genre's masters Hans Zimmer.
7. Managing to place at 113 overall in the Hall of Fame is certainly impressive, but Nigel Hess' score from Ladies In Lavender has also sneaked into the top 10 soundtracks too.
6. Kevin Costner's Native American drama was accompanied by a suitably epic score from one of the genre's masters, John Barry, and charted at 102 in the Hall of Fame.
5. That John Barry's at it again... Not content with charting just above the top 100 in the Hall of Fame with the soundtrack from Dances With Wolves, he makes sure with the theme from Out Of Africa - it landed at no. 97!
4. It's perhaps surprising that the undisputed master of the modern movie soundtrack, John Williams, only managed to get to no. 92 on our Hall of Fame, but it does mean that Schindler's List is the fifth most popular soundtrack on our list.
3. Ennio Morricone's soundtrack for The Mission contains many highlights, but the one that has really captured the public's imagination over the years is undoubtedly 'Gabriel's Oboe' - perhaps the reason why it ended up at no. 79 in the Hall of Fame.
2. It topped our Movie Music Chart earlier this year, but even that wasn't quite enough to make Howard Shore's Lord Of The Rings soundtrack claim the top spot in the main Hall of Fame. Still, no. 34 isn't bad.
1. For the first time in the Hall of Fame's history, 2012 saw the most popular soundtrack come from the world of video games. Aerith's Theme, taken from the gaming classic Final Fantasy VII, is his most recognised work, and the very vocal gaming community did their bit to get it to no. 16 in the chart - the highest soundtrack of the year.