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The 21 Artists With The Most Grammy Awards

T-minus two days until the 56th Grammys! Do you know who the top past winners are?

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Here is Ma playing the prelude to Bach's Cello Suite No. 1.

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Ma won Best Instrumental Soloist Performance in 1985 for "Bach: The Unaccompanied Cello Suites."

Here is Jay-Z's "99 Problems," which won Best Rap Solo Performance in 2005.

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Clapton's "Tears in Heaven" won Song of the Year in 1993.

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The song was inspired by the death of his four-year-old son, Conor, who fell out of a window.

Charles' rendition of "Hit the Road Jack" won Best Rhythm and Blues Performance in 1962.

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The 2013 award for Best Traditional R&B Performance went to "Love on Top."

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This is Jimmy Sturr and his orchestra playing a clarinet polka.

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Sturr is in red.

15. Aretha Franklin: 18 awards

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Aretha Franklin is the Queen of Soul. Between 1968 and now, she has won eighteen Grammys- and she has won Best Female R&B Vocal Performance so many times (8 in a row!) that it is jokingly called the Aretha Award!

Aretha's "Respect" won Best Female R&B Vocal Performance in 1968.

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"Streets of Philadelphia" won Best Rock Song in 1995.

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"(Go) Get It" won Best Jazz Instrumental Solo in 2001.

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Mancini wrote the music for "Moon River," which won Song of the Year in 1962.

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This is, of course, the famous song from "Breakfast at Tiffany's."

"Pretty Little Adriana" took home Best Male Country Vocal Performance in 1997.

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Corea's "Matrix" won Best Jazz Instrumental Solo in 2004.

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He won "Best Instrumental Composition" for the main title from Star Wars in 1978.

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"Gold Digger" won Best Rap Solo Performance in 2006.

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Wonder won Best R&B Song in 1973 for "Superstition."

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"Beautiful Day" won Song of the Year in 2001.

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This is the FULL recording of "Horowitz at Carnegie Hall: An Historic Return," which won Best Classical Album in 1966.

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This is a recording of Boulez's composition "Dérive I" being performed by The Ensemble Intercontemporain and conducted by Boulez himself.

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This is Jones' "Summer in the City," which won Best Instrumental Arrangement in 1974.

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2. Alison Krauss: 27 awards

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Alison Krauss is an American country and bluegrass singer/musician. She, as both a solo artist and as part of a group, has won twenty seven Grammy awards, the most for any female artist.

"Baby, Now That I've Found You" won Best Female Country Vocal Performance in 1996. This is a live performance.

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She is amazing.

Here is Solti conducting the Chicago Symphonic Orchestra as they play Wagner's "Tannhauser Overture."

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