Awards for 1991

Grammy

Best R&B Song

NOMINEE

Best Music Video, Short Form

NOMINEE

Madonna (artist), David Fincher (video director), Tim Clawson (video producer)
For the music video for "Oh Father"

Best Music Video - Long Form

WINNER

NOMINEES

Bernstein in Berlin: Beethoven - Symphony No. 9: Leonard Bernstein (artist), Humphrey Burton (video director), unknown (video producer)

The Who Live, Featuring the Rock Opera Tommy: Roger Daltrey (artist), Pete Townshend (artist), John Entwistle (artist), Lawrence Jordan (video director), unknown (video producer)

Phil Collins: The Singles Collection: Phil Collins (artist), James Yukich (video director), Paul Flattery (video producer)

We Two Are One Too: Annie Lennox (artist), David A. Stewart (artist), Sophie Muller (video director), unknown (video producer)

Best New Artist

NOMINEES


Best Rock Vocal Performance - Female

NOMINEE

Janet Jackson
For "Black Cat"

Best Female Pop Vocal Performance

NOMINEE

Bette Midler
for the Song "From a Distance"

Best R&B Vocal Performance - Female

NOMINEE

Best Comedy Recording

NOMINEE

Garrison Keillor
For the Album "More News from Lake Wobegan"

Best Recording for Children

WINNER

The Little Mermaid: Alan Menken (musical score and produced by), Howard Ashman (lyrics and produced by), Robert Kraft (produced by), Jodi Benson (performed by), Samuel E. Wright (performed by), Pat Carroll (performed by), Rene Auberjonois (performed by)
For the album "The Little Mermaid (An Original Walt Disney Records Soundtrack)".

Record of the Year

NOMINEE

Bette Midler
for "From a Distance"

Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television

WINNER

The Little Mermaid: Alan Menken (composer), Howard Ashman (lyricist)
For the song "Under the Sea".

NOMINEES

Dick Tracy: Stephen Sondheim
For the song "Sooner or Later (I Always Get My Man)".

Young Guns II: Jon Bon Jovi
For the song "Blaze of Glory".

The Little Mermaid: Howard Ashman, Alan Menken
For the song "Kiss the Girl".

Dick Tracy: Stephen Sondheim
For the song "More".

Best Instrumental Composition Written for a Motion Picture or for Television

WINNER

NOMINEES

Dick Tracy: Danny Elfman
For the original score.

Driving Miss Daisy: Hans Zimmer
For the end titles (original soundtrack).

The Little Mermaid: Alan Menken
For the original motion picture soundtrack.

Twin Peaks: Angelo Badalamenti
For the soundtrack.

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