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Best Original Jazz Composition

The Grammy Award for Best Original Jazz Composition was handed out from 1961 to 1967. It was awarded to the composer of the music. In 1961 the title of the award was known as Grammy Award for Best Jazz Composition of More Than Five Minutes Duration. 

Winners: Grammys Best Original Jazz Composition

Year
Winner/s
Song
1967
 Duke Ellington
 "In the Beginning God"
1966
 Lalo Schifrin
 Jazz Suite on the Mass Texts performed by Paul Horn
1965
 Lalo Schifrin
 "The Cat"
1964
 Steve Allen & Ray Brown
 "Gravy Waltz" performed by Steve Allen
1963
 Vince Guaraldi
 "Cast Your Fate to the Wind" performed by the Vince Guaraldi Trio
1962
 Galt MacDermot
 "African Waltz" performed by Cannonball Adderly
1961
 Gil Evans & Miles Davis
 Sketches of Spain

  
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