Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score

The Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score[1] is a Golden Globe Award presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), an organization of journalists who cover the United States film industry, but are affiliated with publications outside North America, since its institution in 1947. Since the 5th Golden Globe Awards (1947), the award is presented annually, except from 1953 to 1958. The nominations from 1947 and 1948 are not available.[2][3] The first Best Original Score award went to Max Steiner for his compositional work on Life with Father.

Golden Globe for Best Original Score
Awarded forBest Score Written for a Motion Picture
LocationUnited States
Presented byHollywood Foreign Press Association
Currently held byJon Batiste,Trent Reznor, & Atticus Ross for Soul (2020)
Websitewww.goldenglobes.com
John Williams received the most nominations (24) and the most wins (4, alongside Dimitri Tiomkin and Maurice Jarre).

John Williams is the artist with the most nominations (24); those resulted in 4 wins. Dimitri Tiomkin had the same number of wins, but out of only 5 nominations. Other notable achievers include Maurice Jarre (10 nominations, 4 wins), Alan Menken (5 nominations, 3 wins) and Alexandre Desplat (11 nominations, 2 wins). Artists like Jerry Goldsmith (9 nominations) and Michel Legrand (7 nominations) were nominated several times but never received the award. Dimitri Tiomkin, Alan Menken and Howard Shore are the only composers to win two consecutive awards. Additionally, Dimitri Tiomkin received Special Achievement Awards for his services to film music in 1955 and 1957, as did Hugo Friedhofer in 1958. The most recent recipient of this award was Jon Batiste, Trent Renzor, and Atticus Ross for the film Soul.

Key
Sign Meaning
* Indicates the winner

Winners and nominees

1940s

Year1 Film Composer(s) Ref.
1947Life with FatherMax Steiner *[4]
1948The Red ShoesBrian Easdale *[5]
1949The Inspector GeneralJohnny Green *[6]
All the King's MenLouis Gruenberg

1950s

Year1 Film Composer(s) Ref.
1950Sunset BoulevardFranz Waxman *[7]
A Life of Her OwnBronisław Kaper
Destination MoonLeith Stevens
1951September AffairVictor Young *[8]
The Day the Earth Stood StillBernard Herrmann
The WellDimitri Tiomkin
1952High NoonDimitri Tiomkin *[9]
IvanhoeMiklós Rózsa
The Quiet ManVictor Young
19531958No award given. [10]
1959On the BeachErnest Gold*[11]
1960The AlamoDimitri Tiomkin*[12]
ExodusErnest Gold
PepeJohnny Green
SpartacusAlex North
The World of Suzie WongGeorge Duning

1960s

Year1 Film Composer(s) Ref.
1961The Guns of NavaroneDimitri Tiomkin*[13]
El CidMiklós Rózsa
FannyHarold Rome
King of KingsMiklós Rózsa
Summer and SmokeElmer Bernstein
1962To Kill a MockingbirdElmer Bernstein*[14]
Lawrence of ArabiaMaurice Jarre
Mutiny on the BountyBronisław Kaper
Taras BulbaFranz Waxman
The Music ManMeredith Willson
1963No award given. [10]
1964The Fall of the Roman EmpireDimitri Tiomkin*[15]
BecketLaurence Rosenthal
Mary PoppinsSherman Brothers
Seven Days in MayJerry Goldsmith
Zorba the Greek (Alexis Zorbas)Mikis Theodorakis
1965Doctor ZhivagoMaurice Jarre *[16]
Battle of the BulgeBenjamin Frankel
The Great RaceHenry Mancini
The SandpiperJohnny Mandel
The Yellow Rolls-RoyceRiz Ortolani
1966HawaiiElmer Bernstein*[17]
A Man and a WomanFrancis Lai
Is Paris Burning? (Paris brûle-t-il?) Maurice Jarre
The Bible: In the Beginning...Toshiro Mayuzumi
The Sand PebblesJerry Goldsmith
1967CamelotFrederick Loewe *[18]
Doctor DolittleLeslie Bricusse
Live for Life (Vivre Pour Vivre)Francis Lai
Thoroughly Modern MillieElmer Bernstein
Two for the RoadHenry Mancini
1968[19] The Shoes of the FishermanAlex North*[20]
Chitty Chitty Bang BangSherman Brothers
Romeo and JulietNino Rota
Rosemary's BabyKrzysztof Komeda
The Lion in WinterJohn Barry
The Thomas Crown AffairMichel Legrand
1969Butch Cassidy and the Sundance KidBurt Bacharach *[21]
Anne of the Thousand DaysGeorges Delerue
Goodbye, Mr. ChipsLeslie Bricusse
The Happy EndingMichel Legrand
The Secret of Santa VittoriaErnest Gold

1970s

Year1 Film Composer(s) Ref.
1970Love StoryFrancis Lai *[22]
AirportAlfred Newman
CromwellFrank Cordell
ScroogeLeslie Bricusse
Wuthering HeightsMichel Legrand
1971ShaftIsaac Hayes*[23]
Le MansMichel Legrand
Mary, Queen of ScotsJohn Barry
Summer of '42Michel Legrand
The Andromeda StrainGil Melle
1972The GodfatherNino Rota *[24]
FrenzyRon Goodwin
The GetawayQuincy Jones
Lady Sings the BluesMichel Legrand
The Poseidon AdventureJohn Williams
1973Jonathan Livingston SeagullNeil Diamond *[25]
BreezyMichel Legrand
Cinderella LibertyJohn Williams
O Lucky Man!Alan Price
The Day of the DolphinGeorges Delerue
Tom SawyerSherman Brothers, John Williams
1974The Little PrinceAlan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe*[26]
ChinatownJerry Goldsmith
EarthquakeJohn Williams
Phantom of the ParadisePaul Williams
The Godfather Part IICarmine Coppola, Nino Rota
1975JawsJohn Williams *[27]
Funny LadyFred Ebb, John Kander
The Man Who Would Be KingMaurice Jarre
The Other Side of the MountainCharles Fox
The Return of the Pink PantherHenry Mancini
1976A Star is BornKenneth Ascher, Paul Williams*[28]
Bugsy MalonePaul Williams
RockyBill Conti
The Slipper and the RoseSherman Brothers
Voyage of the DamnedLalo Schifrin
1977Star WarsJohn Williams *[29]
Close Encounters of the Third KindJohn Williams
Pete's DragonJoel Hirschhorn, Al Kasha
Saturday Night FeverBarry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb, David Shire
The Spy Who Loved MeMarvin Hamlisch
1978Midnight ExpressGiorgio Moroder *[30]
An Unmarried WomanBill Conti
SupermanJohn Williams
The Children of SanchezChuck Mangione
The Lord of the RingsLeonard Rosenman
1979Apocalypse NowCarmine Coppola, Francis Ford Coppola *[31]
10Henry Mancini
A Little RomanceGeorges Delerue
AlienJerry Goldsmith
The Black StallionCarmine Coppola
Star Trek: The Motion PictureJerry Goldsmith
The Amityville HorrorLalo Schifrin

1980s

Year1 Film Composer(s) Ref.
1980The Stunt ManDominic Frontiere *[32]
American GigoloGiorgio Moroder
FameMichael Gore
Somewhere in TimeJohn Barry
The Empire Strikes BackJohn Williams
The CompetitionLalo Schifrin
1982E.T. the Extra-TerrestrialJohn Williams *[33]
Blade RunnerVangelis
Cat PeopleGiorgio Moroder
Six WeeksDudley Moore
Victor/VictoriaHenry Mancini
1983FlashdanceGiorgio Moroder *[34]
Rumble FishStewart Copeland
ScarfaceGiorgio Moroder
Under FireJerry Goldsmith
YentlAlan & Marilyn Bergman, Michel Legrand
1984A Passage to IndiaMaurice Jarre *[35]
StarmanJack Nitzsche
Once Upon a Time in AmericaEnnio Morricone
The Killing FieldsMike Oldfield
The RiverJohn Williams
1985Out of AfricaJohn Barry *[36]
The Color PurpleQuincy Jones
White NightsMichel Colombier
WitnessMaurice Jarre
Year of the DragonDavid Mansfield
1986The MissionEnnio Morricone*[37]
Little Shop of HorrorsMiles Goodman
Round MidnightHerbie Hancock
The Mosquito CoastMaurice Jarre
Top GunHarold Faltermeyer
1987The Last EmperorDavid Byrne, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Cong Su *[38]
Cry FreedomGeorge Fenton, Jonas Gwangwa
Empire of the SunJohn Williams
The Glass MenagerieHenry Mancini
The UntouchablesEnnio Morricone
1988Gorillas in the MistMaurice Jarre*[39]
Madame SousatzkaGerald Gouriet
The Accidental TouristJohn Williams
The Last Temptation of ChristPeter Gabriel
The Milagro Beanfield WarDave Grusin
1989The Little MermaidAlan Menken *[40]
Born on the Fourth of JulyJohn Williams
Casualties of WarEnnio Morricone
GloryJames Horner
The Fabulous Baker BoysDave Grusin

1990s

Year1 Film Composer(s) Ref.
1990The Sheltering SkyRichard Horowitz, Ryuichi Sakamoto *[41]
AvalonRandy Newman
Dances with WolvesJohn Barry
HavanaDave Grusin
The Godfather Part IIICarmine Coppola
1991Beauty and the BeastAlan Menken *[42]
At Play in the Fields of the LordZbigniew Preisner
BugsyEnnio Morricone
Dead AgainPatrick Doyle
For the BoysDave Grusin
Robin Hood: Prince of ThievesMichael Kamen
1992AladdinAlan Menken *[43]
1492: Conquest of ParadiseVangelis
Basic InstinctJerry Goldsmith
ChaplinJohn Barry
The Last of the MohicansRandy Edelman, Trevor Jones
1993Heaven & EarthKitarō *[44]
BlueZbigniew Preisner
Schindler's ListJohn Williams
The PianoMichael Nyman
The Nightmare Before ChristmasDanny Elfman
1994The Lion KingHans Zimmer *[45]
Forrest GumpAlan Silvestri
Interview with the VampireElliot Goldenthal
Legends of the FallJames Horner
NellMark Isham
1995A Walk in the CloudsMaurice Jarre *[46]
BraveheartJames Horner
Don Juan DeMarcoMichael Kamen
PocahontasAlan Menken
Sense and SensibilityPatrick Doyle
1996The English PatientGabriel Yared *[47]
Michael CollinsElliot Goldenthal
ShineDavid Hirschfelder
The Hunchback of Notre DameAlan Menken
The Mirror Has Two FacesMarvin Hamlisch
1997TitanicJames Horner *[48]
GattacaMichael Nyman
KundunPhilip Glass
L.A. ConfidentialJerry Goldsmith
Seven Years in TibetJohn Williams
1998The Truman ShowBurkhard Dallwitz, Philip Glass *[49]
A Bug's LifeRandy Newman
MulanJerry Goldsmith
Saving Private RyanJohn Williams
The Prince of EgyptStephen Schwartz, Hans Zimmer
1999The Legend of 1900Ennio Morricone *[50]
American BeautyThomas Newman
Angela's AshesJohn Williams
Anna and the KingGeorge Fenton
The End of the AffairMichael Nyman
Eyes Wide ShutJocelyn Pook
The InsiderPieter Bourke, Lisa Gerrard
The Straight StoryAngelo Badalamenti
The Talented Mr. RipleyGabriel Yared

2000s

Year1 Film Composer(s) Ref.
2000GladiatorLisa Gerrard, Hans Zimmer*[51]
All the Pretty HorsesLarry Paxton, Marty Stuart, Kristin Wilkinson
ChocolatRachel Portman
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (Wo hu cang long)Tan Dun
MalènaEnnio Morricone
SunshineMaurice Jarre
2001Moulin Rouge!Craig Armstrong *[52]
A Beautiful MindJames Horner
A.I. Artificial IntelligenceJohn Williams
AliPieter Bourke, Lisa Gerrard
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the RingHoward Shore
Mulholland DriveAngelo Badalamenti
Pearl HarborHans Zimmer
The Shipping NewsChristopher Young
2002FridaElliot Goldenthal *[53]
25th HourTerence Blanchard
Far from HeavenElmer Bernstein
Rabbit-Proof FencePeter Gabriel
The HoursPhilip Glass
2003The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the KingHoward Shore *[54]
Big FishDanny Elfman
Cold MountainGabriel Yared
Girl With a Pearl EarringAlexandre Desplat
The Last SamuraiHans Zimmer
2004The AviatorHoward Shore *[55]
Finding NeverlandJan A. P. Kaczmarek
Million Dollar BabyClint Eastwood
SidewaysRolfe Kent
SpanglishHans Zimmer
2005Memoirs of a GeishaJohn Williams*[56]
Brokeback MountainGustavo Santaolalla
King KongJames Newton Howard
SyrianaAlexandre Desplat
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the WardrobeHarry Gregson-Williams
2006The Painted VeilAlexandre Desplat *[57]
BabelGustavo Santaolalla
NomadCarlo Siliotto
The Da Vinci CodeHans Zimmer
The FountainClint Mansell
2007AtonementDario Marianelli *[58]
Eastern PromisesHoward Shore
Grace Is GoneClint Eastwood
Into the WildMichael Brook, Kaki King, Eddie Vedder
The Kite RunnerAlberto Iglesias
2008Slumdog MillionaireA. R. Rahman *[59]
ChangelingClint Eastwood
The Curious Case of Benjamin ButtonAlexandre Desplat
DefianceJames Newton Howard
Frost/NixonHans Zimmer
2009UpMichael Giacchino *[60]
A Single ManAbel Korzeniowski
AvatarJames Horner
The Informant!Marvin Hamlisch
Where the Wild Things AreKaren O, Carter Burwell

2010s

Year1 Film Composer(s) Ref.
2010The Social NetworkTrent Reznor, Atticus Ross *[61]
127 HoursA. R. Rahman
Alice in WonderlandDanny Elfman
InceptionHans Zimmer
The King's SpeechAlexandre Desplat
2011The ArtistLudovic Bource *[62]
The Girl with the Dragon TattooTrent Reznor, Atticus Ross
HugoHoward Shore
War HorseJohn Williams
W.E.Abel Korzeniowski
2012Life of PiMychael Danna *[63]
Anna KareninaDario Marianelli
ArgoAlexandre Desplat
LincolnJohn Williams
Cloud AtlasTom Tykwer, Johnny Klimek, Reinhold Heil
2013All Is LostAlex Ebert *[64]
12 Years a SlaveHans Zimmer
The Book ThiefJohn Williams
GravitySteven Price
Mandela: Long Walk to FreedomAlex Heffes
2014The Theory of EverythingJóhann Jóhannsson *[65]
BirdmanAntonio Sánchez
Gone GirlTrent Reznor, Atticus Ross
The Imitation GameAlexandre Desplat
InterstellarHans Zimmer
2015The Hateful EightEnnio Morricone *[66]
CarolCarter Burwell
The Danish GirlAlexandre Desplat
The RevenantRyuichi Sakamoto, Alva Noto
Steve JobsDaniel Pemberton
2016La La LandJustin Hurwitz *[67]
ArrivalJóhann Jóhannsson
Hidden FiguresHans Zimmer, Pharrell Williams, Benjamin Wallfisch
LionDustin O'Halloran, Hauschka
MoonlightNicholas Britell
2017The Shape of WaterAlexandre Desplat *[68]
DunkirkHans Zimmer
Phantom ThreadJonny Greenwood
The PostJohn Williams
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, MissouriCarter Burwell
2018First ManJustin Hurwitz *[69]
Black PantherLudwig Göransson
Isle of DogsAlexandre Desplat
Mary Poppins ReturnsMarc Shaiman
A Quiet PlaceMarco Beltrami
2019 Joker Hildur Guðnadóttir * [70]
1917 Thomas Newman
Little Women Alexandre Desplat
Marriage Story Randy Newman
Motherless Brooklyn Daniel Pemberton

2020s

Year1 Film Composer(s) Ref.
2020SoulJon Batiste, Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross * [71]
Mank Reznor & Ross
The Midnight Sky Alexandre Desplat
News of the World James Newton Howard
Tenet Ludwig Göransson

See also

Notes

1.^ The year indicates the period for which the awards are given and not the year in which the ceremony took place.

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