'Crazy Heart' and 'Up' win music Oscars

Winners of Original Score and Song category announced

'Crazy Heart' and 'Up' win music Oscars

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Music from the Crazy Heart and Up films won Oscars last night (March 7) at the Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles.

In the Music (Original Score) category composer Michael Giacchino won for his work on Up. Ryan Bingham and T Bone Burnett's 'The Weary Kind (Theme from Crazy Heart)' from the Jeff Bridges-starring Crazy Heart won in the Music (Original Song) category.

Randy Newman was nominated twice in the Original Song category for his songs from The Princess And The Frog'Almost There' and 'Down In New Orleans'. Also nominated in the category was Reinhardt Wagner's 'Loin De Paname' (from Paris 36) and Maury Yeston's 'Take It All' (from Nine).

The scores for Avatar, Sherlock Holmes, Fantastic Mr Fox and The Hurt Locker were nominated for the Original Score category.

Bridges won the Actor In A Leading Role for his performance in Crazy Heart.

See Oscars.go.com for a full list of winners.

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