List of Italian Grammy Award winners and nominees

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The following is a list of Grammy Awards winners and nominees from Italy:

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Year Category Nominees(s) Nominated for Result
1959 Record of the Year Domenico Modugno "Nel blu dipinto di blu" Won
Song of the Year Won
Best Vocal Performance, Male Nominated
1964 Best Instrumental Composition Riz Ortolani/Nino Oliviero "More" (Theme song from Mondo Cane) Won
1972 Best Orchestral Performance Carlo Maria Giulini (conductor)/Chicago Symphony Orchestra Mahler: Symphony No. 1 in D Won
1978 Mahler: Symphony No. 9 in D Won
1979 Best Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or a Television Special Giorgio Moroder [1] Midnight Express Nominated
1980 Album Of The Year Bad Girls [lower-alpha 1] Nominated
Best Disco Recording Nominated
1984 Best Instrumental Composition "Love Theme from Flashdance" Won
Best Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or a Television Special Flashdance Won
Album of the Year Nominated
Record Of The Year "Flashdance... What a Feeling" [lower-alpha 2] Nominated
1998 Best Dance Recording "Carry On" [lower-alpha 3] Won
2006 Best Latin Pop Album Laura Pausini Eschua Won
2014 Album of the Year Giorgio Moroder Random Access Memories [lower-alpha 4] Won
2017 Best Latin Pop Album Laura Pausini Similares Nominated
Best World Music Album Giovanni Sollima [2] Sing Me Home Won
2018 Best Opera Recording Gianandrea Noseda/Metropolitan Opera Orchestra; Metropolitan Opera Chorus Bizet: Les pêcheurs de perles Pending
1999 Grammy Legend Award Luciano Pavarotti Won
1997 Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals Luciano Pavarotti My Way (Track) Nominated
1995 Album Of The Year Luciano Pavarotti The 3 Tenors In Concert 1994 (Album) Nominated
Best Pop Album Luciano Pavarotti The 3 Tenors In Concert 1994 (Album) Nominated
1991 Best Classical Vocal Performance Luciano Pavarotti Carreras, Domingo, Pavarotti In Concert Won
Best Classical Album Luciano Pavarotti Carreras, Domingo, Pavarotti In Concert (Album) Nominated
1989 Best Classical Vocal Soloist Performance Luciano Pavarotti Luciano Pavarotti In Concert Won
Best Opera Recording Luciano Pavarotti Bellini: Norma (Album) Nominated
Best Opera Recording Luciano Pavarotti Mozart: Idomeneo (Album) Nominated
1987 Best Opera Recording Luciano Pavarotti Verdi: Un Ballo In Maschera (The Masked Ball) (Album) Nominated
Best Classical Vocal Soloist Performance Luciano Pavarotti Passione Pavarotti (Favorite Neapolitan Love Songs) (Album) Nominated
1982 Best Classical Vocal Soloist Performance Luciano Pavarotti Live From Lincoln Center - Sutherland/Horne/Pavarotti Won
Best Classical Album Luciano Pavarotti Live From Lincoln Center-Sutherland-Horne- Pavarotti (Album) Nominated
1980 Best Classical Vocal Soloist Performance O Sole Mio - Favorite Neapolitan Songs Won
1979 Best Classical Vocal Soloist Performance Luciano Pavarotti Luciano Pavarotti - Hits From Lincoln Center Won
1978 Best Classical Vocal Soloist Performance Luciano Pavarotti Luciano Pavarotti - O Holy Night (O Holy Night; Sanctus/ Schubert; Ave Maria, Etc.) (Album) Nominated

Notes

  1. Moroder was the album's producer.
  2. Moroder co-wrote the song with Irene Cara and Keith Forsey. He was also the song's producer.
  3. Moroder co-wrote the song with Donna Summer and was the song's producer.
  4. Moroder was one of multiple collaborators on the album.

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