Who Won the 1964
Grammys Record Of The Year

Henry Mancini

("Days of Wine and Roses")

1963 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner
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We got the sun and moon at the same time | The Arts | journalnow.com

Winston-Salem Journal
Songs that celebrate love, life and the glories of nature; songs of heartache and disillusionment; songs about just about everything known to humans contain ...

1964 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner Henry Mancini News

Movies are moving to a more modern sound

Pocono Record
Jazz trickled in during the 1950s and '60s thanks to composers such as Henry Mancini (“Breakfast at Tiffany's”), and then rock-and-roll, with John Barry's rip-roaring “James Bond” scores leading the charge. In 1977, John Williams induced the second ...

1964 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner Henry Mancini News

Jimmy Rowles: "The Guy Every Girl Singer Would Like to Work With."

New England Public Radio
Movie composers Bronislaw Kaper and Henry Mancini ran tunes by him, and he recorded with the jazz greats Ben Webster, Stan Getz, Benny Carter, Pepper Adams, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Al Cohn, Joe Pass, Michael Hashim, Scott Hamilton, and Gerry ...

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How 'Feud' Composer Mined New Territory With '60s Orchestral ...

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'Feud' composer Mac Quayle discusses challenging himself with a composition style he'd never previously endeavored.

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