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7th Annual Grammy Awards

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Network  NBC
Other ceremonies  1964, 1966
Date  13 April 1965
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Location  Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills

The 7th Annual Grammy Awards were held on April 13, 1965 at Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills. They recognized accomplishments of musicians for the year 1964.


Award winners

  • Record of the Year
  • Astrud Gilberto & Stan Getz for "The Girl from Ipanema"
  • Album of the Year
  • João Gilberto & Stan Getz for Getz/Gilberto
  • Song of the Year
  • Jerry Herman (songwriter) for "Hello, Dolly!" performed by Louis Armstrong
  • Best New Artist
  • The Beatles
  • Children's

  • Best Recording for Children
  • Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, Glynis Johns, David Tomlinson & Ed Wynn for Mary Poppins
  • Classical

  • Best Performance - Orchestra
  • Erich Leinsdorf (conductor) & the Boston Symphony Orchestra for Mahler: Symphony No. 5/Berg: Wozzeck Excerpts
  • Best Vocal Soloist Performance (with or without orchestra)
  • Fritz Reiner (conductor), Leontyne Price & the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for Berlioz: Nuits d'Ete (Song Cycle)/Falla: El Amor Brujo
  • Best Opera Recording
  • Herbert von Karajan (conductor) Franco Corelli, Mirella Freni, Robert Merrill, Leontyne Price & the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra for Bizet: Carmen
  • Best Choral Performance (other than opera)
  • Robert Shaw (choir director) & the Robert Shaw Chorale for Britten: A Ceremony of Carols
  • Best Performance - Instrumental Soloist or Soloists (with orchestra)
  • Eugene Ormandy (conductor), Isaac Stern & the Philadelphia Orchestra for Prokofiev: Violin Concerto No. 1 in D
  • Best Performance - Instrumental Soloist or Soloists (without orchestra)
  • Vladimir Horowitz for Vladimir Horowitz Plays Beethoven, Debussy, Chopin
  • Best Chamber Music Performance - Vocal
  • Noah Greenberg (conductor) & the New York Pro Musica for It Was a Lover and His Lass
  • Best Chamber Music Performance - Instrumental
  • Jascha Heifetz, Jacob Lateiner & Gregor Piatigorsky for Beethoven: Trio No. 1 in E Flat, Op.1 #1
  • Best Composition by a Contemporary Composer
  • Samuel Barber for Concerto performed by John Browning
  • Best Classical Album
  • Leonard Bernstein (conductor) & the New York Philharmonic for Bernstein: Symphony No. 3 "Kaddish"
  • Most Promising New Classical Recording Artist
  • Marilyn Horne
  • Comedy

  • Best Comedy Performance
  • Bill Cosby for I Started Out as a Child
  • Composing and arranging

  • Best Instrumental Composition (other than jazz)
  • Henry Mancini (composer) for "The Pink Panther Theme"
  • Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Show
  • Richard M. Sherman & Robert B. Sherman (composers) for Mary Poppins performed by Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke & various artists
  • Best Instrumental Arrangement
  • Henry Mancini (arranger) for "The Pink Panther Theme"
  • Best Accompaniment Arrangement for Vocalist(s) or Instrumentalist(s)
  • Peter Matz (arranger) for "People" performed by Barbra Streisand
  • Country

  • Best Country & Western Vocal Performance - Female
  • Dottie West for "Here Comes My Baby"
  • Best Country & Western Vocal Performance - Male
  • Roger Miller for "Dang Me"
  • Best Country & Western Single
  • Roger Miller for "Dang Me"
  • Best Country & Western Song
  • Roger Miller (songwriter) for "Dang Me"
  • Best Country & Western Album
  • Roger Miller for Dang Me/Chug-A-Lug
  • Best New Country & Western Artist
  • Roger Miller
  • Folk

  • Best Folk Recording
  • Gale Garnett for We'll Sing in the Sunshine
  • Gospel

  • Best Gospel or Other Religious Recording (Musical)
  • Tennessee Ernie Ford for Great Gospel Songs
  • Jazz

  • Best Instrumental Jazz Performance - Small Group or Soloist with Small Group
  • Stan Getz for Getz/Gilberto
  • Best Instrumental Jazz Performance - Large Group or Soloist with Large Group
  • Laurindo Almeida for Guitar from Ipanema
  • Best Original Jazz Composition
  • Lalo Schifrin (composer) for "The Cat"
  • Musical show

  • Best Score From an Original Cast Show Album
  • Jule Styne & Robert Merrill (composers) & the original cast (Barbra Streisand, Sydney Chaplin, Danny Meehan, Kay Medford, Jean Stapleton & John Lankston) for Funny Girl
  • Packaging and notes

  • Best Album Cover - Classical
  • Robert M. Jones (art director) & Jan Balet (graphic artist) for Saint-Saens: Carnival of the Animals/Britten: Young Persons Guide to the Orchestra conducted by Arthur Fiedler
  • Best Album Cover - Other Than Classical
  • Robert Cato (art director) & Don Bronstein (photographer) for People performed by Barbra Streisand
  • Best Album Notes
  • Stanton Catlin (album notes writer) for Mexico (Legacy Collection) performed by Carlos Chavez
  • Pop

  • Best Vocal Performance, Female
  • Barbra Streisand for "People"
  • Best Vocal Performance, Male
  • Louis Armstrong for "Hello, Dolly!"
  • Best Performance by a Vocal Group
  • The Beatles for A Hard Day's Night
  • Best Performance by a Chorus
  • Ward Swingle for The Swingle Singers Going Baroque performed by The Swingle Singers
  • Best Instrumental Performance
  • Henry Mancini for "The Pink Panther Theme"
  • Best Rock and Roll Recording
  • Petula Clark for "Downtown"
  • Production and engineering

  • Best Engineered Recording - Non-Classical
  • Phil Ramone (engineer) for Getz/Gilberto performed by Stan Getz & João Gilberto
  • Best Engineered Recording
  • Douglas Larter (engineer), Carlo Maria Giulini (conductor) & the Philharmonia Orchestra for Britten: Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra
  • Best Engineered Recording - Special or Novel Effects
  • David Hassinger (engineer) for The Chipmunks Sing the Beatles performed by The Chipmunks
  • R&B

  • Best Rhythm & Blues Recording
  • Nancy Wilson for "(You Don't Know) How Glad I Am"
  • Spoken

  • Best Documentary, Spoken Word or Drama Recording (other than comedy)
  • That Was The Week That Was for BBC Tribute to John F. Kennedy performed by the That Was the Week That Was cast
  • References

    7th Annual Grammy Awards Wikipedia

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