Awards for 1962

Grammy

Song of the Year

WINNER

Breakfast at Tiffany's: Henry Mancini (composer), Johnny Mercer (lyricist), Henry Mancini and His Orchestra (performer)
For the song "Moon River".

Best Instrumental Arrangement

WINNER

Breakfast at Tiffany's: Henry Mancini
For the song "Moon River".

Best Performance by an Orchestra - for Other Than Dancing

WINNER

Best Jazz Performance - Large Group (Instrumental)

WINNER

Best Recording for Children

NOMINEE

101 Dalmatians: Mel Leven (music and lyrics by), George Bruns (composed by), Bill Lee (performed by)
For the original motion picture soundtrack.

Album of the Year

WINNER

Judy Garland (Artist)
For the album "Judy at Carnegie Hall".

NOMINEES

Breakfast at Tiffany's: Henry Mancini (Artist), Audrey Hepburn (Artist)
For the album "Breakfast at Tiffany's (Music from the Motion Picture)".

West Side Story: Didier Deutsch (Producer), Mark Betts (Engineer), Bill Ivie (Engineer), Natalie Wood (Artist), Marni Nixon (Artist), Richard Beymer (Artist), Rita Moreno (Artist), George Chakiris (Artist), Russ Tamblyn (Artist), Jimmy Bryant (Artist)
For the album "West Side Story (The Original Soundtrack Recording)".

Lee Gillette (Producer), Nat 'King' Cole (Artist and Arranger)
For the album "The Nat King Cole Story".

Ray Charles (Artist and Producer)
For the album "Genius + Soul = Jazz".

Record of the Year

WINNER

Best Soundtrack Album or Recording of Original Cast from Motion Picture or Television

WINNER

West Side Story: Saul Chaplin (music director), Johnny Green (music director), Irwin Kostal (music director), Sid Ramin (music director)

NOMINEES




Best Soundtrack Album or Recording or Score from Motion Picture or Television

WINNER

NOMINEES




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