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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1964 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner Henry Mancini News

'Breakfast at Tiffany's' Crossed a Murky River in Style – Variety

Variety
"Breakfast at Tiffany's" remains a fan favorite after 56 years despite its troubling subject matter and casting.

1964 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner Henry Mancini News

Bell spent his last night giving the gift of music as he had for years

Journal Times
Bell had played the saxophone and/or clarinet with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, the Skylight Opera, Milwaukee Ballet, the Fireside Theatre and shared the stage with such big names as Burt Bacharach, Henry Mancini, Aretha Franklin and the ...

1964 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner Henry Mancini News

Grammy Museum opens its doors Friday in Newark

NorthJersey.com
The Grammy Museum Experience is coming to the East Coast. In a collaboration with the Grammy Museum at L.A. Live and the Prudential Center, the Grammy ...

1964 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner Henry Mancini News

In Short: Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017

Charleston Gazette-Mail
Musical underscore from film has long been compared to opera. The band plays John Williams' “Cantina Band” from the rousing space opera “Star Wars,” and Henry Mancini's “Swing March” from the Blake Edwards film, “What Did You Do in the War, Daddy?”.

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