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

Winner(s) or Nominees(s) Year Category Nominated for Result
Andrés Segovia 1958 Best Instrumental Soloist Performance Segovia Golden Jubilee Won
1986 Lifetime Achievement Award Career Won
Alejandro Sanz 2004 Best Latin Pop Album No Es lo Mismo Won
2008 El Tren de los Momentos Won
2011 Paraiso Express Won
2016 Sirope Nominated
2020 #ElDisco Won
Alicia de Larrocha 1967 Best Instrumental Soloist(s) Performance Escenas Romanticas Nominated
1971 Alicia De Larrocha Plays Spanish Piano Music Of The 20th Century Nominated
1974 Albeniz: Iberia Won
1975 Ravel: Concerto For Left Hand And Concerto For Piano In G/Faure: Fantaisie For Piano And Orchestra Won
Falla: "Music Of Falla" (Three Cornered Hat, El Amor Brujo, etc.) Nominated
1977 Concertos From Spain Nominated
Granados: Goyescas Nominated
1982 Schumann: Concerto For Piano In A Minor/ Rachmaninoff: Concerto For Piano No. 2 In C Minor, Op. 18 Nominated
Granados: Danzas Espanolas Nominated
1984 Schubert: Piano Sonata In B Flat, Major D. 960 Nominated
1988 Albeniz: Iberia, Navarra, Suite Espagnola Won
1990 Mozart: Piano Sonatas (K. 283/331/332/333) Nominated
1991 Granados: Goyescas; Allegro De Concierto; Danza Lenta Won
1992 Mozart: Piano Concertos Nos. 23 And 24 Nominated
Braulio García 1988 Best Latin Pop Album En Bancarrota| Nominated
1988 Best Latin Pop Performance Lo Bello y lo Prohibido Nominated
C. Tangana 2022 Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album El Madrileño Nominated
Yo-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble[a] 2017 Best World Music Album Sing Me Home Won
Duncan Dhu 1991 Best Latin Pop Album Autobiografia Nominated
Dyango 1989 Cae la Noche Nominated
1990 Suspiros Nominated
Enrique Iglesias 1997 Enrique Iglesias Won
1998 Vivir Nominated
1999 Cosas del Amor Nominated
2001 Best Dance Recording Be With You Nominated
Gipsy Kings 1990 Best Contemporary Folk Recording Bamboleo Nominated
1992 Best World Music Album Este Mundo Nominated
1993 Gipsy Kings Live Nominated
1995 Love And Liberte Nominated
1997 Tierra Gitana Nominated
1998 Compas Nominated
2005 Best Contemporary World Music Album Roots Nominated
2014 Best World Music Album[2] Savor Flamenco Won
Isabel Pantoja 1991 Best Latin Pop Album Se Me Enamora el Alma Nominated
Jordi Savall 2011 Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance Dinastia Borja Won
2013 Best Opera Recording Vivaldi: Il Teuzzone Nominated
2018 Best Classical Compendium Les Routes de l'Esclavage Nominated
José Luis Perales 1989 Best Latin Pop Album Sueño de Libertad Nominated
Julio Iglesias[3] 1981 Best Latin Recording Hey Nominated
1983 Momentos Nominated
Willie Nelson[b] and Julio Iglesias 1986 Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal "As Time Goes By" Nominated
Julio Iglesias 1988 Best Latin Pop Album Un Hombre Solo Won
1993 Calor Nominated
1995 La Carretera Nominated
1997 Tango Nominated
La Oreja de Van Gogh 2004 Lo Que te Conté Mientras te Hacías la Dormida Nominated
La Quinta Estacion 2010 Sin Frenos Won
Miguel Bosé 2008 Papito Nominated
Miguel Gallardo 1990 America Nominated
Montserrat Caballé 1969 Best Classical Solo Vocal Album Rossini: Rarities Won
Nathy Peluso 2022 Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album Calambre Nominated
Niña Pastori 2015 Best Latin Pop Album Raiz Nominated
Pablo Alborán 2016 Terral Nominated
2019 Prometo Nominated
2022 Vértigo Nominated
Paco de Lucía 2005 Best World Music Album Cositas Buenas Nominated
Pau Casals 1989 Lifetime Achievement Award Career Won
Plácido Domingo 1984 Best Latin Pop Album Besame Mucho Nominated
1985 Siempre en Mi Corazón — Always in My Heart Won
1995 De Mi Alma Latina Nominated
Raphael 1989 Las Apariencias Nominated
1993 Ave Fenix Nominated
Rocío Dúrcal 1986 Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album Canta A Juan Gabriel Nominated
1996 Best Latin Pop Album Hay Amores Y Amores Nominated
2005 Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album Alma Ranchera Nominated
Rosalía 2020 Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album El Mal Querer Won
Best New Artist Herself Nominated
Vicente Amigo 2018 Best World Music Album Memoria de los Sentidos Nominated
Concha Buika 2013 Best Latin Jazz Album La Noche Más Largawas Nominated
2018 Best World Music Album Para Mi Nominated
Camilo Sesto 1976 Best Latin Recording "Quieres Ser Mi Amante" Nominated
Shaila Durcal 2010 Best Regional Mexican Album Corazon Rachero Nominated
Bebe 2010 Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album Y. Nominated
The Three Tenors[c] 1995 Album of the Year The Three Tenors in Concert 1994 Nominated
Best Pop Album Nominated
1991 Best Classical Vocal Performance Carreras Domingo Pavarotti in Concert Won
Best Classical Album Nominated
John McClure[d] 1986 Best Cast Show Album West Side Story Won

Notes

  1. ^ Christina Pato[1] was a member of a large musical collective, who performed on the album.
  2. ^ Willie Nelson is an American musician.
  3. ^ The Three Tenors consisted of José Carreras, Plácido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti. Whilst Carreras and Domingo are Spanish nationals, Pavarotti was an Italian national, as such they are not necessarily a Spanish Act.
  4. ^ The Grammy was awarded to McClure, an American producer, for the revival of West Side Story, written and conducted by Leonard Bernstein with performances by José Carreras and Kiri Te Kanawa.

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