Ralph Vaughan Williams has been voted the composer of Britain's favourite classical piece of music, half a century after his death.
The British composer's 1914 piece The Lark Ascending took the number one spot in the Classic FM Hall of Fame for the second year in a row.
More than 100,000 votes were cast by Classic FM listeners for the survey. Listeners also picked Vaughan Williams' Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis as their third favourite choice.
In total, 12 of his compositions made it into the top 300 entries on the list.
Vaughan Williams, who was born in Gloucestershire in 1872, was one of the first 20th century figures to collect and preserve traditional folk songs and carols for future generations.
He composed symphonies, hymns, chamber music and film scores known for their sense of 'Englishness' before his death in August 1958.
Beaten by Vaughan Williams to the number one spot in the Hall of Fame was Rachmaninov's Second Piano Concerto, while Beethoven's Fifth Piano Concerto and Sixth Symphony took fourth and fifth place.
Mozart was the most popular composer on the list, with 22 pieces among the 300 entries, followed by Beethoven with 20 and Bach with 14.
* Top 10 UK classical tunes:
1. Vaughan Williams - The Lark Ascending
2. Rachmaninov - Piano Concerto No 2
3. Vaughan Williams - Fantasia On A Theme Of Thomas Tallis
4. Beethoven - Piano Concerto No 5
5. Beethoven - Symphony No 6
6. Mozart - Clarinet Concerto
7. Elgar - Cello Concerto
8. Bruch - Violin Concerto No 1
9. Elgar - Enigma Variations
10. Beethoven - Symphony No 9