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Double Clef FM (spelt in-game as Double Cleff FM in GTA III) is a radio station featured in Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories that plays classical music.


The station features music from various Italian operas. In 1998, the station was hosted by Sergio Boccino. By 2001, he had been replaced by Morgan Merryweather, who appeared in GTA Liberty City Stories as one of the station's callers.

The station attempts to present an aura of "high-brow, illustrated connoisseurs", though Merryweather's dialogue displays his poor cultural knowledge, through his mentions of "reading Proust in the original Italian" and references to Fellini's "Lolita".

This is the favorite radio station of the Leone Family, Sindacco Family and Forelli Family.


Grand Theft Auto III

Listed here is the playlist's order in the PS2 version. Translations for the titles, at the side, in superscript.

Song: Preview: Notes:
"Non più andrai farfallone amoroso" (You won't go anymore, loving butterfly) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1786)
"O mio babbino caro" (Oh, my dear daddy) by Giacomo Puccini (1918) PlayStation 2 only.
"Libiamo ne' lieti calici" (La Traviata “Drinking Song”) (Let's drink from the jolly cups) by Giuseppe Verdi (1853)
"Chi mi frena in tal momento" (Who stops me at such a moment) by Gaetano Donizetti (1835)
"La donna è mobile" (Women are fickle) by Giuseppe Verdi (1851)
"Finch'han del vino" (So that the wine) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1787)

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories

Song: Preview:
"E amore un ladroncello" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (from his opera "Così fan tutte, ossia La scuola degli amanti", 1790)
"Anvil Chorus" by Giuseppe Verdi (from his opera "Il Trovatore", 1853)
"Overture" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (from his opera "The Marriage of Figaro", 1786)
"Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves" by Giuseppe Verdi (from his opera "Nabucco", 1842)
"Tacea la notte placida" by Giuseppe Verdi (from his opera "Il Trovatore", 1853)
"Vesti la giubba" by Ruggiero Leoncavallo (from his opera "Pagliacci", 1892)




Grand Theft Auto III

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories


  • In GTA III, at one point Morgan Merryweather says "Now, more hits from the '60s... 1760s that is...", however, no music from that decade appears on the station in either game.
  • The two-oldest pieces of music in the entire GTA series can be heard in this station: Mozart's "Non più andrai farfallone amoroso" (GTA III) and "Overture" (GTA Liberty City Stories), both of them from his 1786 opera "The Marriage of Figaro".
  • Even though the trailer for the Definitive Edition of GTA III uses "O mio babbino caro", the track itself is missing from the actual game.