A Grammy Award (stylized as GRAMMY, originally called Gramophone Award), or Grammy, is an award presented by The Recording Academy to recognize achievements in the music industry. The annual presentation ceremony features performances by prominent artists, and the presentation of those awards that have a more popular interest. It shares recognition of the music industry as that of the other performance awards such as the Academy Awards (film), the Emmy Awards (television), and the Tony Awards (theater).
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List of Plácido Domingo recordings from Plácido Domingo official website. Domingo discography from Weblaopera site. List from Deutsche Grammophon website. Placido Domingo Discography from CDuniverse.com. List of recordings from iclassics.com. AllMusic Discography (See also AllMusic Awards: Billboard Albums for charting information).
201052nd Grammy Awards2010 Grammy Awards
Best Latin Pop Album. Sin Frenos - La Quinta Estación. 5to Piso - Ricardo Arjona. Te Acuerdas... - Francisco Céspedes. Hu Hu Hu - Natalia Lafourcade. Gran City Pop - Paulina Rubio. Best Latin Rock, Alternative or Urban Album. Los de Atras Vienen Conmigo - Calle 13. Río - Aterciopelados. Y. - Bebe. La Luz del Ritmo - Los Fabulosos Cadillacs. La Revolución - Wisin & Yandel. Best Tropical Latin Album. Ciclos - Luis Enrique. Asi Soy - Isaac Delgado. Guasábara - José Lugo Orchestra. Gracias - Omara Portuondo. Bach In Havana - Tiempo Libre. Best Regional Mexican Album. Necesito de Ti - Vicente Fernández. Corazón Ranchero - Shaila Dúrcal.
200850th Grammy Awards2008 Grammy Awards
Best Latin Pop Album. Papito – Miguel Bosé. 12 Segundos de Oscuridad – Jorge Drexler. Navidades – Luis Miguel. Dicen Que el Tiempo – Jennifer Peña. El Tren de los Momentos – Alejandro Sanz. Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album. No Hay Espacio – Black Guayaba. Adelantando – Jarabe De Palo. Amantes Sunt Amentes – Panda. Kamikaze – Los Rabanes. Memo Rex Commander y el Corazón Atómico de la Vía Láctea – Zoé. Best Latin Urban Album. E.S.L. – Akwid. El Abayarde Contraataca – Tego Calderón. Residente O Visitante – Calle 13. El Cartel: The Big Boss – Daddy Yankee. Vacaneria! – Fulanito. Best Latin Jazz Album. Funk Tango – Paquito Rivera Quintet.
Enrique Iglesias wins the Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Performance for his self-titled album. Rubén Blades wins the Grammy Award for Best Tropical Latin Performance for his album La Rosa de los Vientos. La Mafia wins the Grammy Award for Best Mexican-American/Tejano Music Performance for their album Un Millón de Rosas. Paquito D'Rivera wins the Grammy Award for Best Latin Jazz Performance for his album Portraits of Cuba. April 28–30 – The 8th annual Billboard Latin Music Conference is held in Miami, Florida. The 4th Annual Billboard Latin Music Awards are also held and Colombian singer Shakira becomes the biggest winner with three wins.
The following is a list of Grammy Awards winners and nominees from Spain:
In the field of classical music, Spain has produced a number of noted composers such as Isaac Albéniz, Manuel de Falla and Enrique Granados and singers and performers such as Plácido Domingo, José Carreras, Montserrat Caballé, Alicia de Larrocha, Alfredo Kraus, Pablo Casals, Ricardo Viñes, José Iturbi, Pablo de Sarasate, Jordi Savall and Teresa Berganza. In Spain there are over forty professional orchestras, including the Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona, Orquesta Nacional de España and the Orquesta Sinfónica de Madrid. Major opera houses include the Teatro Real, the Gran Teatre del Liceu, Teatro Arriaga and the El Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía.
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The album earned Miguel several awards, including the Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Performance in the United States. Six singles were released: "Por Debajo de la Mesa", "El Reloj", "Contigo (Estar Contigo)", "De Quererte Así (De T'Avoir Aimee)", "Bésame Mucho", and "Sabor a Mí". In 1991 Miguel released Romance, a collection of classic Latin ballads, the oldest of which dates back to the 1940s. The album was produced by Armando Manzanero and arranged by Bebu Silvetti, and was credited for revitalizing the bolero genre. It also made history as the first Spanish-language album to be certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in the United States.
La Media VueltaEl Día Que Me Quieras
At the 1995 Grammy Awards Segundo Romance won the Best Latin Pop Performance award despite competition from Cristian Castro, Juan Gabriel, La Mafia and Plácido Domingo, the latter who was favored to win by John Lannert of Billboard for his album De Mi Alma Latina. At the seventh Lo Nuestro Awards that year, Miguel won Pop Male Artist of the Year, Pop Album of the Year, and Video of the Year for "La Media Vuelta"; "El Día Que Me Quieras" was nominated for Pop Song of the Year. Segundo Romance won the award for the Pop Album of the Year by a Male Artist at the 1995 Billboard Latin Music Awards, and was named Best Album of the Year by the Association of Latin Entertainment Critics.
Jose JoseJosé Rómulo Sosa Ortiz
The song was nominated for Best Latin Pop Performance in the 1986 Grammy. In 1985, José José along with performers such as Plácido Domingo, Julio Iglesias, Roberto Carlos, José Luis Rodríguez "El Puma", Pedro Vargas and Vicente Fernández sang "Cantaré, cantarás". It was recorded in Los Angeles in April 1985 at the A&M Studios, the same studio used for "We Are The World". The same year, José starred in his autobiographic film Gavilán o Paloma, alongside Christian Bach and the comedian Jorge Ortiz de Pinedo. Later that year, he released the album Promesas, written, produced and arranged by Pérez-Botija.
"Bésame mucho", Consuelo Velázquez; with Chris Botti. "From This Moment On", Robert John Lange Shania Twain; duet with Susan Boyle. "Parla più piano", Nino Rota. "Il mio cuore va (My Heart Will Go On)", James Horner Will Jennings; duet with Megan Hilty. "Eternally", Charlie Chaplin. "Celos (Jalousie)", Jakob Gade. "The Girl from Ipanema", Antonio Carlos Jobim. "What a Wonderful World", Bob Thiele George Weiss; duet with Placido Domingo Jr.
198527th Grammy AwardsGrammy Award
Best Latin Pop Performance. Plácido Domingo for Always In My Heart (Siempre En Mi Corazon). Best Tropical Latin Performance. Eddie Palmieri for Palo Pa Rumba. Best Mexican-American Performance. Sheena Easton & Luis Miguel for Me Gustas Tal Como Eres. Best Cast Show Album. Stephen Sondheim (composer & lyricist), Thomas Z. Shepard (producer) & the original cast for Sunday in the Park with George. Best Video, Short Form. David Bowie for "Jazzin' for Blue Jean ". Best Video Album. Michael Jackson for Michael Jackson's Thriller. Best Album Package. Janet Perr (art director) for She's So Unusual performed by Cyndi Lauper. Best Album Notes.
198931st Grammy Awards1988
Best Latin Pop Performance. Roberto Carlos for Roberto Carlos. Best Tropical Latin Performance. Rubén Blades for Antecedente. Best Mexican-American Performance. Linda Ronstadt for Canciones de Mi Padre. Best Musical Cast Show Album. Stephen Sondheim (composer & lyricist), Jay David Saks (producer), & various artists for Into the Woods. Best Concept Music Video. "Weird Al" Yankovic, Jay Levey (director), Susan Zwerman (producer) for Fat. Best Performance Music Video. U2, Meiert Avis (director), Ben Dossett, Michael Hamlyn (producers) for Where The Streets Have No Name. Best New Age Performance.
Roberto CarlosRobertoA Simplicidade de um Rei
In 1986, Carlos performed at Radio City Music Hall in New York and two years later became one of the only Brazilians ever to win a Grammy Award in the category of Best Latin Pop Album with Roberto Carlos / Tolo. In 1998, due to the illness of his wife Maria Rita, Roberto Carlos had to reconcile the disc recording and support for his wife hospitalized in São Paulo. His yearly record, that almost was not released, had only four new songs, including "O Baile da Fazenda", a partnership with Erasmo Carlos and was attended special Dominguinhos.
199133rd Grammy Awards1991 Grammy Awards
Zubin Mehta (conductor), José Carreras, Plácido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti, & the Orchestra Del Maggio Musicale for Carreras, Domingo, Pavarotti in Concert. Best Opera Recording. Cord Garben (producer), James Levine (conductor), Siegfried Jerusalem, Christa Ludwig, Kurt Moll, James Morris, Jan Hendrik Rootering, Ekkehard Wlaschiha, Heinz Zednik & the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra for Wagner: Das Rheingold. Best Choral Performance (other than opera). Robert Shaw (conductor) & the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus for Walton: Belshazzar's Feast/Bernstein: Chichester Psalms; Missa Brevis. Best Classical Performance, Instrumental Soloist (with orchestra).
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Martin capped off the evening by winning the award for Best Latin Pop Performance. Vuelve became Martin's first Top 40 album on Billboard Top 200 Albums chart in the U.S., where it was certified Platinum by the RIAA. The album notably went to No. 1 in Norway for three weeks, going on to sell eight million copies worldwide. Martin prepared his first English album in 1999, as the first and most prominent single was "Livin' la Vida Loca", which reached number one in many countries around the world, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, France, Greece, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Guatemala, Mexico, Russia, Turkey and South Africa.
198426th Grammy Awards1984 Grammy Awards
Jay David Saks, Max Wilcox (producers), James Levine (conductor), Plácido Domingo, Cornell MacNeil, Teresa Stratas, & the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra for Verdi: La Traviata (Original Soundtrack). Best Choral Performance (other than opera). Georg Solti (conductor), Margaret Hillis (choir director) & the Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Chorus for Haydn: The Creation. Best Classical Performance - Instrumental Soloist or Soloists (with orchestra). Raymond Leppard (conductor), Wynton Marsalis & the National Philharmonic Orchestra for Haydn: Trumpet Concerto in E Flat/L. Mozart: Trumpet Concerto In D/Hummel: Trumpet Concerto in E Flat.
Always in My Heart (Siempre en Mi Corazón)Always in My Heart'' (''Siempre en mi corazón'')Siempre En Mi Corazon
Siempre en Mi Corazón — Always in My Heart: The Songs of Ernesto Lecuona is a studio album recorded by Spanish tenor Plácido Domingo. It was produced by Milt Okun and released by CBS Records in 1983. The album includes songs written by Cuban musician Ernesto Lecuona and won Domingo a Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Performance in 1985. All tracks written by Ernesto Lecuona. Plácido Domingo, singer. Barry Griffiths, conductor. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Lee Holdridge, arranger and director. Alf Clausen, arranger.
19931993 Grammy Awards35th Grammy Awards
Christopher Raeburn, Stephen Trainor, Morten Winding (producers), Georg Solti (conductor), Hildegard Behrens, José van Dam, Plácido Domingo, Sumi Jo, Reinhild Runkel, Julia Varady & the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra for R. Strauss: Die Frau Ohne Schatten. Best Performance of a Choral Work. Herbert Blomstedt (conductor), Vance George (choir director), the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, the San Francisco Symphony Boys Choir & the San Francisco Symphony Girls Choir for Orff: Carmina Burana. Best Classical Performance - Instrumental Solo With Orchestra.
198628th Grammy Awards1986 Grammy Awards
Andrew Lloyd Webber (composer), Sarah Brightman & Plácido Domingo for Lloyd Webber: Requiem. Best Classical Album. Robert Woods (producer), Robert Shaw (conductor), John Aler & the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus for Berlioz: Requiem. Best New Classical Artist. Chicago Pro Musica. Best Comedy Recording. Whoopi Goldberg for Whoopi Goldberg - Original Broadway Show Recording. Best Instrumental Composition. Jan Hammer (composer) for "Miami Vice Theme". [[Grammy Award for Best Score Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media|Best Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or a Television Special]].
200042nd Grammy Awards2000 Grammy Awards
Best Latin Pop Performance. Rubén Blades for Tiempos. Best Traditional Tropical Latin Performance. Tito Puente for Mambo Birdland. Best Mexican-American Performance. Plácido Domingo for 100 Años de Mariachi. Best Latin Rock/Alternative Performance. Chris Perez Band for Resurrection. Best Tejano Performance. Los Palominos for Por Eso Te Amo. Best Salsa Performance. Los Van Van for Llego...Van Van - Van Van Is Here. Best Merengue Performance. Olga Tañón for Olga Viva Viva Olga. Best Musical Show Album. John McDaniel, Stephen Ferrera (producers) & the New Broadway cast with Bernadette Peters & Tom Wopat for Annie Get Your Gun. "Freak on a Leash" – Korn.
AndreaAndrea BoccelliA. Bocelli
To promote the album, he performed "Canto della Terra" at The Alan Titchmarsh Show on the BBC in London on 1 February; was interviewed by Fabio Fazio on the Italian talk show Che tempo che fa on RAI 3 in Italy; and performed "Canto della terra", "A te" and "Besame mucho" from the album, as well as "My Way" on 2 February; and made an appearance on The South Bank Show in London, where he sang the French aria "Pour mon âme" on 3 February. Then on 10 February, he performed "The Prayer" at the 50th Grammy Awards, held in Los Angeles, with Josh Groban in a tribute to Luciano Pavarotti, and sang "Dare to Live" with Heather Headley the following day on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Mexico (México ; Mēxihco), officially the United Mexican States (Estados Unidos Mexicanos, ), is a country in the southern portion of North America. It is bordered to the north by the United States; to the south and west by the Pacific Ocean; to the southeast by Guatemala, Belize, and the Caribbean Sea; and to the east by the Gulf of Mexico. Covering almost 2000000 km2, the nation is the fifth largest country in the Americas by total area and the 13th largest independent state in the world.
Latin GrammyLatin GrammysLatin Grammy Awards
A Latin Grammy Award is an award by The Latin Recording Academy to recognize outstanding achievement in the Latin music industry. The Latin Grammy honors works produced anywhere around the world that were recorded in either Spanish or Portuguese and is awarded in the United States. Submissions of products recorded in regional languages from Latin America and the Iberian Peninsula of Hispanophone or Lusophone countries such as Catalan, Guarani, Quechua may also be considered. Both the regular Grammy Award and the Latin Grammy Award have similar nominating and voting processes, in which the selections are decided by peers within the Latin music industry.
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De Mi Alma Latina (also known as From My Latin Soul) is a 1994 Latin music album by Spanish tenor Plácido Domingo. It was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album of the year. Most of the tracks on the album are medleys of, in the words of one author, "some of the Latino world's most memorable melodies." The only new composition on the album, "De México a Buenos Aires", was written by Domingo's son Plácido Domingo Jr. All the songs are in Spanish, except for "Manhã de Carnaval" and "Aquarela do Brasil", which are in Portuguese. Domingo also used "De Mi Alma Latina" and "From My Latin Soul" as the names for some of his subsequent Latin music concerts.