OSCAR HISTORY: Best Music Adaptation or Treatment

An Oscar only given in the 1960's and 1970's, this Oscar was an attempt to honor musical scores that weren't completely original, but adapted from other productions, usually stage productions.


1979: Ralph Burns for ALL THAT JAZZ     (View Film Clip)
1977: Jonathan Tunick for A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC     (Listen to Music)
1976: Leonard Rosenman for BOUND FOR GLORY     (Listen to Score)
1975: Leonard Rosenman for BARRY LYNDON     (Listen to Score)
1974: Nelson Riddle for THE GREAT GATSBY     (Listen to Score)
1973: Marvin Hamlisch for THE STING     (Listen to Score)
1972: Ralph Burns for CABARET     (Listen to Music)
1971: John Williams for FIDDLER ON THE ROOF     (Listen to Score)
1969: Lennie Hayton and Lionel Newman for HELLO, DOLLY!     (View Oscar Moment)
1968: John Green for OLIVER!     (View Film Clip)
1967: Ken Darby and Alfred Newman for CAMELOT     (View Film Clip)
1966: Ken Thorne for A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM     (Listen to Score)
1965: Irwin Jostal for THE SOUND OF MUSIC     (Listen to Score)
1964: Andre Previn for MY FAIR LADY     (Listen to Score)
1963: Andre Previn for IRMA LA DOUCE     (Listen to Score)
1962: Ray Heindorf for MEREDITH WILLSON'S THE MUSIC MAN     (Listen to Score)