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What was on Stephen Fry's classical New Year mixtape then?

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We know you're all dying to know.

Actor, writer, presenter and all-round British institution Stephen Fry began the year by introducing his own specially-curated classical music mixtape for Radio 4's In Tune.

In it, he includes some of the music that means the most to him, including Mozart's Cosi Fan Tutte, Liszt's Piano Sonata in B minor and Bach's Chromatic Fantasy in D minor.

What - no lovely, lovely Ludwig van?

"I hope you enjoy it, I've loved putting it together," said the 60-year-old.

"All the very best, from Stephen Fry..."

If you have half an hour to spare (and are not operating heavy machinery) check it out over at the In Tune website.

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