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Victoires de la Musique

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Victoires de la Musique
Awarded forOutstanding achievements in the music industry
CountryFrance
Presented byFrench Ministry of Culture
First awarded1985
Websitelesvictoires.com
Television/radio coverage
NetworkFrance Televisions

Victoires de la Musique (French: [viktwar də la myzik]; English: Victories of Music) is an annual French award ceremony where the Victoire accolade is delivered by the French Ministry of Culture to recognize outstanding achievement in the music industry. The classical and jazz versions are the Victoires de la musique classique and Victoires du Jazz.[1]

The annual presentation ceremony features performances by prominent artists, some of the awards of more popular interest are presented in a widely viewed televised ceremony. The awards are the French equivalent to the Grammy Awards and the Brit Awards for music, and it is one of the major awards in France, along with Nuits des Molières for stage performances, and the César Award for motion pictures.

The first Victoires de la Musique ceremony was held in 1985, and it was set up to honor musical accomplishments by performers for the year 1985.

Background

The title trophies and nominees for each are established annually by the Board of Directors of the Association "Les Victoires de la Musique", which also refers to people who make up the Academy voters. In 2010, the Victoires were awarded by a panel of 1 226 professionals (musicians, artists, writers, composers, producers, record stores, video directors, sound engineers and critics) in a vote in one round. Of the voters, 40% are artists (performers, but also musicians, writers, composers ...), 40% are professional music producers and 20% are of other professional circles close to the world of music (agents artists, music stores, music critics, radio programmers ...). In recent years, some trophies are awarded by the public, through SMS voting, and since 2009, Internet: Victory "Group or Artist of the public revelation of the year" and that the "Song of the year".

Categories

Group of the Year

(Starting 2001, replaced by Male Group or Artist of the Year / Female Group or Artist of the Year)

Male Artist of the Year

Male Group or Artist of the Year

(Replacing Male Artist of the Year and Group of the Year)

Female Artist of the Year

Female Group or Artist of the Year

(Replacing Female Artist of the Year and Group of the Year)

Foreign Artist of the Year

Francophone Artist or Artist of the Year

Electronic/Dance Artist of the Year

Révélation (Newcomer)

Popular Music Révélation of the Year

Popular Music Female Révélation of the Year

Popular Music Male Révélation of the Year

Group Révélation of the Year

Révélation of the Year

(Starting 1997 until 2004, replacing three categories Female Révélation of the Year, Male Révélation of the Year and Group Révélation of the Year)
(Starting 2005, replaced by Group or Artist Popular Révélation of the Year)

Group or Artist Popular Révélation of the Year

(Replacing Révélation of the Year)

Group or Artist Stage Révélation of the Year

Album Révélation of the Year

*Discontinued for period 2011 to 2013

Album of the Year

Album of the Year

*Discontinued and replaced by Song/Variety Album of the Year and Rock Album of the Year

Song/Variety Album of the Year

Rock Album of the Year

*Discontinued from 1987, returned in 2001

Francophone Album of the Year

Pop/Rock Album of the Year

Traditional or World Music

Traditional Music Album of the Year
  • 1992 : Nouvelles polyphonies corses
  • 1994 : Renaud cante el Nord by Renaud
  • 1995 : Polyphonies by Voce Di Corsica
  • 1996 : Dan Ar Braz et les 50 musiciens de l'Héritage des Celtes en concert by Dan Ar Braz and l'Héritage des Celtes
  • 1997 : I Muvrini à Bercy by I Muvrini
Traditional Music/World Music Album of the Year
World Music Album of the Year

Urban music (various)

  • 1999 : Panique celtique by Manau (as Rap/Groove Album of the Year)
  • 2000 : Les Princes de la ville by 113 (as Rap, Reggae or Groove Album of the Year)
  • 2001 : J'fais c'que j'veux by Pierpoljak (as Rap, Reggae or Groove Album of the Year)
  • 2002 : X raisons by Saïan Supa Crew (as Rap/Hip-Hop Album of the Year)
  • 2003 : Solitaire by Doc Gynéco (as Rap/Hip-Hop Album of the Year)
  • 2004 : Brut de femme by Diam's (as Rap/Hip-Hop Album of the Year)
  • 2005 : 16/9 by Nâdiya (as Rap/Hip-Hop/R&B Album of the Year)
  • 2006 : Les Histoires extraordinaires d'un jeune de banlieue - Disiz la Peste (as Rap/Ragga/Hip-Hop/R&B Album of the Year)
Urban Music Album of the Year

Reggae/Ragga (various)

Electronic/Groove/Dance Album of the Year

Variety/Instrumental Album of the Year

Album of the Year for Children

Discontinued 1988 to 1990

Original Cinema/Television Soundtrack of the Year

Song of the Year

Original Song of the Year

Musical Show and Concert of the Year

Musical Show

Concert of the Year

Musical Show, Tour or Concert of the Year

Music Video of the Year

Music DVD of the Year

Various awards

Sound engineer

  • 1985 : Andy Scott for Julien Clerc at Bercy
  • 1992 : Dominique Blanc-Francard for Seul dans ton coin of David McNeil and Amours secrètes... Passion publique of Julien Clerc
  • 1993 : Patrice Cramer for Où est la source? of Michel Jonasz

Album producer

Studio musician

Producer / Arranger

Show producer

  • 1992 : Jean-Claude Camus
  • 1993 : Gilbert Coullier
  • 1994 : L'Olympia
  • 1995 : Corida
  • 1996 : Jules Frutos, Hélène Rol et Dominique Revert

Record covers

Comedian of the Year

  • 1985 : Raymond Devos
  • 1987 : Coluche
  • 1990 : Les Inconnus
  • 1991 : Les Inconnus (second award)
  • 1992 : Smaïn
  • 1993 : Guy Bedos and Muriel Robin
  • 1994 : Patrick Timsit
  • 1995 : Raymond Devos (second award)
  • 1996 : Les Inconnus (third award)
  • 1997 : Valérie Lemercier
  • 1998 : Quator for the show Il pleut des cordes (as Humour show of the year)

Honorary Award

References

  1. ^ La France Contemporaine - Page 176 William F. Edmiston, Annie Duménil - 2009 "Les Victoires de la Musique sont un concours musical qui a lieu tous les ans en France. Tandis que les Victoires de la Musique sont consacrées à la musique populaire, il y a aussi les Victoires de la Musique classique et les Victoires du Jazz."

External links

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