A poll by 44,000 Classic FM radio listeners has voted Howard Shore's Lord of the Rings score, best movie soundtrack of all time, for the 2nd year running. Here is the top 50. 01 The Lord of the Rings, Howard Shore 02 Gladiator, Hans Zimmer/Lisa Gerrard 03 Star Wars, John Williams 04 Schindler’s List, John Williams 05 Out of Africa, John Barry/Mozart 06 The Mission, Ennio Morricone 07 Titanic, James Horner 08 Dances with Wolves, John Barry 09 Lawrence of Arabia, Maurice Jarre 10 Jurassic Park, John Williams. 11 Gone with the Wind, Max Steiner 12 Harry Potter, John Williams 13 The Piano, Michael Nyman 14 The Magnificent Seven, Elmer Bernstein 15 Brief Encounter, Sergei Rachmaninov 16 Doctor Zhivago, Maurice Jarre 17 West Side Story, Leonard Bernstein 18 Amadeus, Mozart 19 Saving Private Ryan, John Williams 20 Braveheart, James Horner. 21 Blade Runner, Vangelis 22 Last of the Mohicans, Trevor Jones 23 Chariots of Fire, Vangelis 24 Indiana Jones, John Williams 25 The Godfather, Nino Rota 26 The Big Country, Jerome Moross 27 Death in Venice, Gustav Mahler 28 2001: A Space Odyssey, Richard Strauss 29 ET, John Williams 30 The Great Escape, Elmer Bernstein. 31 Fantasia, Various 32 Dangerous Moonlight (Warsaw Concerto), Richard Adinsell 33 The English Patient, Gabriel Yared 34 The World is Not Enough, David Arnold 35 The Hours, Philip Glass 36 Once Upon a Time in The West, Ennio Morricone 37 The Shawshank Redemption, Mozart/Thomas Newman 38 The Third Man, Anton Karas 39 Platoon, Samuel Barber 40 The Dambusters, Eric Coates. 41 The Deer Hunter, Stanley Myers 42 The Good the Bad and the Ugly, Ennio Morricone 43 Star Trek, Jerry Goldsmith 44 Once Upon A Time in America, Ennio Morricone 45 Sense and Sensibility, Patrick Doyle 46 Edward Scissorhands, Danny Elfman 47 Ben Hur, Miklos Rosza 48 Amelie, Yann Tiersen 49 1492: Conquest of Paradise, Vangelis 50 Much Ado about Nothing, Patrick Doyle. Here we go again, lots of favorites in the list, nice to see good ol' Wolfgang Amadeus in there somewhere. John Williams famous Jaws theme is missing again, oh for shame! Wait a minute where the hell is the great Bernard Herrmann on the list? Gaah! That's it I'm outta here [slams door].