11th Annual Grammy Awards
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|11th Annual Grammy Awards|
|Date||March 12, 1969|
|Location||Chicago, Los Angeles, Nashville & New York|
- Song of the Year
- Best Classical Performance - Orchestra
- Best Vocal Soloist Performance
- Best Opera Recording
- Best Choral Performance (other than opera)
- Best Performance - Instrumental Soloist or Soloists (with or without orchestra)
- Best Chamber Music Performance
Composing and arranging
- Best Instrumental Theme
- Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or a Television Special
- Best Instrumental Arrangement
- Best Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s)
- Best Country Vocal Performance, Female
- Jeannie C. Riley for "Harper Valley P.T.A."
- Best Country Vocal Performance, Male
- Johnny Cash for "Folsom Prison Blues"
- Best Country Performance, Duo or Group - Vocal or Instrumental
- Flatt & Scruggs for "Foggy Mountain Breakdown"
- Best Country Song
- Best Gospel Performance
- The Happy Goodman Family for The Happy Gospel of the Happy Goodmans
- Best Soul Gospel Performance
- Dottie Rambo for "The Soul of Me"
- Best Sacred Performance
- Best Instrumental Jazz Performance - Small Group or Soloist with Small Group
- Best Instrumental Jazz Performance - Large Group or Soloist with Large Group
- Duke Ellington for "And His Mother Called Him Bill"
- Best Score From an Original Cast Show Album
Packaging and notes
- Best Album Cover
- Best Album Notes
- Best Contemporary-Pop Vocal Performance, Female
- Dionne Warwick for "Do You Know the Way to San Jose?"
- Best Contemporary-Pop Vocal Performance, Male
- Jose Feliciano for "Light My Fire"
- Best Contemporary-Pop Performance - Vocal Duo or Group
- Simon & Garfunkel for "Mrs. Robinson"
- Best Contemporary Pop Performance, Chorus
- Alan Copeland (choir director) for "Mission Impossible/Norwegian Wood Medley" performed by the Alan Copeland Singers
- Best Pop Instrumental Performance
Production and engineering
- Best Engineered Recording, Non-Classical
- Best Engineered Recording, Classical
- Best R&B Performance, Female
- Aretha Franklin for "Chain of Fools"
- Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male
- Best Rhythm & Blues Performance by a Duo or Group, Vocal or Instrumental
- Best Rhythm & Blues Song