Academy Award for Original Music Score

From "Rule Sixteen" of the "Special Rules for The Music Awards"

Original Score: An original score is a substantial body of music in the form of dramatic underscoring written specifically for the film by the submitting composer.

The years shown are the production years, thus a reference to 1967 means the Oscars presented in 1968 for movies made in 1967.

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1 1930's
2 1970's
3 1980's
4 1990's
5 2000's
6 External Link

1930's

Best Music, Score

  • 1935 One Night of Love - Louis Silvers (head of department); Victor Schertzinger (not awarded); Gus Kahn (not awarded); Columbia Studio Music Department
  • The Gay Divorcee - Max Steiner (head of department); Kenneth S. Webb (not awarded); Samuel Hoffenstein (not awarded); RKO Radio Studio Music Department
  • The Lost Patrol - Max Steiner (also head of department); RKO Radio Studio Music Department

1970's

1980's

Best Music, Original Score

1990's

Best Music, Original Score

2000's

Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Score

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