List of French Grammy Award winners and nominees

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The following is a list of Grammy Awards winners and nominees from France:

Year Category Nominees(s) Nominated for Result
1960 Best Orchestral Performance Charles Münch Debussy: Images for Orchestra Won
1962 Ravel: Daphnis et Chloé Won
1963 Best New Artist The Swingle Singers Won
Best Performance by a Chorus Bach's Greatest Hits Won
1965 Going Baroque Won
1966 Anyone for Mozart? Won
1967 Rococo Á Go Go Nominated
1968 Encounter Nominated
1969 Best Orchestral Performance Pierre Boulez Debussy: La Mer; Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune; Jeux Won
1970 Debussy: Vol. 2 "Images Pour Orchestre" Won
Best Choral Performance, Classical (other than opera) The Swingle Singers Berio: Sinfonia Won
Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Album Jean-Luc Ponty Violin Summit Nominated
1971 Best Orchestral Performance Pierre Boulez Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps Won
1972 Best Instrumental Composition Michel Legrand "Theme From Summer of '42" Won
1973 "Theme from Brian's Song" Nominated
1974 Best Orchestral Performance Bartók: Concerto for Orchestra Won
1976 Ravel: Daphnis et Chloé Won
1979 Michel Glotz Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 Won
1981 Best Rock Instrumental Performance Jean-Luc Ponty "Beach Girl" Nominated
1990 Best Contemporary Folk Recording Gipsy Kings "Bamboléo" Nominated
1992 Best World Music Album Este Mundo Nominated
1993 Live Nominated
1994 Best Orchestral Performance Pierre Boulez Bartók: The Wooden Prince Won
1995 Bartók: Concerto for Orchestra; Four Orchestral Pieces, Op. 12 Won
Best World Music Album Gipsy Kings Love and Liberté Nominated
1996 Deep Forest Boheme Won
Best Orchestral Performance Pierre Boulez Debussy: La Mer Won
Best Music Video, Long Form Francois Girard Secret World Live Won
1997 Best World Music Album Gipsy Kings Tierra Gitana Nominated
1998 Compas Nominated
Best Dance Recording Daft Punk "Da Funk" Nominated
Best Orchestral Performance Pierre Boulez Berlioz:Symphonie Fantastique; Tristia Won
1999 Mahler: Symphony No. 9 Won
Best Dance Recording Daft Punk "Around The World" Nominated
2002 Best Pop Instrumental Performance "Short Circuit" Nominated
Best Dance Recording "One More Time" Nominated
2005 Best Contemporary World Music Album Gipsy Kings Roots Nominated
2006 Best Electronic/Dance Album Daft Punk Human After All Nominated
2008 Best Dance Recording "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" Won
Best Electronic/Dance Album Alive 2007 Won
2010 Best Alternative Album Phoenix Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix Won
2011 Best Dance Recording Sandy Vee[1] "Only Girl (In the World)" Won
Album of the Year Teenage Dream Nominated
2012 Record of the Year "Firework" Nominated
Album of the Year Loud Nominated
Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media Daft Punk Tron: Legacy Nominated
2014 Best World Music Album Gipsy Kings[2] Savor Flamenco Won
Record of the Year Daft Punk "Get Lucky" Won
Album of the Year Random Access Memories Won
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance "Get Lucky" Won
Best Dance/Electronica Album Random Access Memories Won
2015 Best Original Score for Visual Media Alexandre Desplat The Grand Budapest Hotel[3] Won
2017 Best Metal Performance Gojira[4] "Silvera" Nominated
Rock Album Magma Nominated

References

  1. ^ Sandy Vee Grammy nods
  2. ^ Grammy noms by Gypsy Kings
  3. ^ A Greek-French composer wins Grammy and Oscar
  4. ^ Gojira Grammy nods
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