LincolnNominations for the Grammy Awards were announced a couple of weeks ago, and John Williams received a nomination for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media for Lincoln. The soundtrack was recorded by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in Orchestra Hall in May 2012. John Williams conducted, and Steven Spielberg also was on hand to supervise the production.

Williams’s score also was a nominee for an Academy Award earlier this year in the category of Best Original Score from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. (Mychael Danna‘s score for Life of Pi was the winner.)

The movie’s trailer—which prominently features the Orchestra and Chorus performing selections from Williams’s evocative score—is here:

And a behind-the-scenes video, also included as an extra on the DVD release, is here:

Recordings by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra have earned sixty-two Grammy Awards from the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, and a complete list is here.

A complete list of this year’s Grammy nominees can be found here. The winners will be announced on Sunday, January 26, 2014.

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