List of French Grammy Award winners and nominees

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

YearCategoryNominees(s)Nominated forResult
1960Best Orchestral PerformanceCharles MünchDebussy: Images for OrchestraWon
1962Ravel: Daphnis et ChloéWon
1963Best New ArtistThe Swingle SingersWon
Best Performance by a ChorusBach's Greatest HitsWon
1965Going BaroqueWon
1966Anyone for Mozart?Won
1967Rococo Á Go GoNominated
1969Best Orchestral PerformancePierre BoulezDebussy: La Mer; Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune; JeuxWon
1970Debussy: Vol. 2 "Images Pour Orchestre"Won
Best Choral Performance, Classical (other than opera)The Swingle SingersBerio: SinfoniaWon
Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental AlbumJean-Luc PontyViolin SummitNominated
1971Best Orchestral PerformancePierre BoulezStravinsky: Le Sacre du PrintempsWon
1972Best Instrumental CompositionMichel Legrand"Theme From Summer of '42"Won
1973"Theme from Brian's Song"Nominated
1974Best Orchestral PerformanceBartók: Concerto for OrchestraWon
1976Ravel: Daphnis et ChloéWon
1979Michel GlotzBeethoven: Symphony No. 9Won
1981Best Rock Instrumental PerformanceJean-Luc Ponty"Beach Girl"Nominated
1990Best Contemporary Folk RecordingGipsy Kings"Bamboléo"Nominated
1992Best World Music AlbumEste MundoNominated
1994Best Orchestral PerformancePierre BoulezBartók: The Wooden PrinceWon
1995Bartók: Concerto for Orchestra; Four Orchestral Pieces, Op. 12Won
Best World Music AlbumGipsy KingsLove and LibertéNominated
1996Deep ForestBohemeWon
Best Orchestral PerformancePierre BoulezDebussy: La MerWon
Best Music Video, Long FormFrancois GirardSecret World LiveWon
1997Best World Music AlbumGipsy KingsTierra GitanaNominated
Best Dance RecordingDaft Punk"Da Funk"Nominated
Best Orchestral PerformancePierre BoulezBerlioz:Symphonie Fantastique; TristiaWon
1999Mahler: Symphony No. 9Won
Best Dance RecordingDaft Punk"Around The World"Nominated
2002Best Pop Instrumental Performance"Short Circuit"Nominated
Best Dance Recording"One More Time"Nominated
2005Best Contemporary World Music AlbumGipsy KingsRootsNominated
2006Best Electronic/Dance AlbumDaft PunkHuman After AllNominated
2008Best Dance Recording"Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger"Won
Best Electronic/Dance AlbumAlive 2007Won
2009Best Dance/Electronic AlbumJusticeAudio, Video, Disco.Won
2010Best Alternative AlbumPhoenixWolfgang Amadeus PhoenixWon
2011Best Dance RecordingSandy Vee[1]"Only Girl (In the World)"Won
Album of the YearTeenage DreamNominated
2012Record of the Year"Firework"Nominated
Album of the YearLoudNominated
Best Score Soundtrack For Visual MediaDaft PunkTron: LegacyNominated
2014Best World Music AlbumGipsy Kings[2]Savor FlamencoWon
Record of the YearDaft Punk"Get Lucky"Won
Album of the YearRandom Access MemoriesWon
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance"Get Lucky"Won
Best Dance/Electronica AlbumRandom Access MemoriesWon
2015Best Original Score for Visual MediaAlexandre DesplatThe Grand Budapest Hotel[3]Won
2017Best Metal PerformanceGojira[4]"Silvera"Nominated
Rock AlbumMagmaNominated
2018Best Music VideoJainMakebaNominated
2019Best Dance/Electronic AlbumJusticeWoman WorldwideWon


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