FULL AWARDS LIST

 

2009

Winner of Felix Award for Best Jazz Album, with Mario Pelchat – ADISQ Quebec, Canada.

2007

Gold Life Achievement Award – ASCAP Music Conference, Los Angeles, USA.

Living Jazz Legend Award – International Jazz Conference, Kennedy Centre, Washington D.C., USA

2004

‘The Windmills Of Your Mind’ named as one of America’s Greatest Movie Songs in American Film Institute 100 years 100 songs, USA.

2003

Career Recognition Award – 14th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards, California, USA.

9 Nominations for the musical ‘Amour’ (Le Passe Muraille) – Drama Desk Awards, Broadway, NY, USA.

2002

7oth Birthday Tribute and Career Recognition by the Foundation for Music Recognition, SUISA, Locarno, Switzerland.

Michel Legrand has his name and biography introduced to Larousse – Paris, France.

2001

Golden Score Award – The American Society of Music Arrangers and Composers.

2000

Trophee des Arts Award – French Institute in New York, USA.

1998

ASCAP’s Henry Mancini Lifetime Achievement Award, USA.

Recipient of The 4th Henry Mancini Cinemusic Award, for his life’s work and career, Gstaad, Switzerland.

1997

“Le Passe Muraille” for Best Musical – Les Molières, Paris, France.

1996

Nomination for CD “Music and Cinema” – Victoires de la Musique, Paris, France.

1995

Received Médaille d’Or SACEM for life’s work and career – Paris, France.

1991

“Dingo” soundtrack, performed by Miles Davis. Michel and Miles both win the Australian Film Institute Award for Best Original Music Score.

1990

Michel Legrand  inducted into The Songwriters Hall Of Fame in the USA.

1984

Golden Globe Nomination – “The Way He Makes Me Feel” for Best Original Song – Motion Picture.

1983

Michel receives 2 GRAMMY Award Nominations -’Yentl’ nominated for Best Original Score Album and Best Instrumental Arrangement.

Academy Award Nomination – ‘Yentl’ nominated for Best Original Score.

1982

GRAMMY Award Nomination – ‘How Do You Keep The Music Playing?’ from ‘Best Friends’ is nominated for Best Song.

1981

Golden Globe Nomination – “Yesterday’s Dreams” for Best Original Song – Motion Picture.

1975

GRAMMY Award Nomination – ‘Images’ nominated for Best Instrumental Composition.

1974

GRAMMY Award Nomination – ‘The Three Musketeers’ nominated for Best Original Score.

Golden Globe Nomination – “Breezy’s Song” for Best Original Song – Motion Picture.

BAFTA nomination – “The Three Musketeers” for Anthony Asquith Award For Film Music.

1972

GRAMMY Award Winner – ‘Brian’s Song’ wins for Best Instrumental Composition.

GRAMMY Award Winner – ‘What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life?’ wins for Best Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist.

1971

GRAMMY Award Winner – ‘Theme From Summer of ’42′ wins for Best Instrumental Composition.

Academy Award Winner  - ‘Theme From Summer of ’42′ wins for Best Original Score.

Winner of Palme D’Or Festival de Cannes, France  for ‘Le Messager’ from ‘The Go Between’.

BAFTA Winner – “The Summer Of ’42″ for Anthony Asquith Award For Film Music.

Golden Globe Nomination – “Pieces Of Dreams” for Best Original Song – Motion Picture.

1970

Academy Award Nomination – ‘Pieces of Dreams’ nominated for Best Song.

Golden Globe Nomination – “What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life?” for Best Original Song – Motion Picture.

1969

Golden Globe Winner – “The Windmills Of Your Mind” for Best Original Song – Motion Picture.

Academy Award Nomination – ‘What Are You Doing The Rest Of your Life?’ nominated for Best Song.

BAFTA nomination – “The Thomas Crown Affair” for Anthony Asquith Award For Film Music.

1968

Academy Award Winner – ‘The Windmills Of your Mind’ wins Best Song.

Academy Award Nomination – ‘The Thomas Crown Affair’ nominated for Best Original Score (Not A Musical)

Academy Award Nomination – ‘The Young Girls Of Rochefort’ nominated for Best Original Score Of A Musical Picture.

1965

Double Academy Award Nomination for ‘The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg’ – nominated for Best Original Musical Score and Best Adapted Musical Score.

Academy Award Nomination – ‘I Will Wait For You’ nominated for Best Song.

1964

Winner of Palme D’Or Festival de Cannes, France  for ‘Les Parapluies de Cherbourg’.

Winner of Prix Louis Delluc, Paris for ‘Les Parapluies de Cherbourg’.

 

 

 

 

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