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Orchestral conductor and longtime leader of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra won 31 Grammy awards. He made more than 200 recordings and is currently the top Grammy winner of all time. His first Grammy win was in 1962 for Best Opera Recording for his rendition of Verdi's Aida. He died in 1997 in France and his last Grammy win was in 1997 for Best Opera Recording after conducting Wagner's Die Meistersinger Von Nurnberg.
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The American singer and record producer has a record of 28 Grammy awards, 80 nominations and a Grammy Legend Award. He has 16 studio albums, 3 live albums, 4 compilation albums, and has participated in more than 20 soundtrack albums.
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American bluegrass-country musician has won 27 Grammy Awards and has been nominated 42 times. She got her first Grammy at the 33rd edition of the event in 1990 for Best Bluegrass Recording for her song I've Got That Old Feeling. She is currently the female artist with the most Grammy wins.
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The late French composer and conductor was considered one of the greatest talents of the post-war music world. He got his first Grammy award in 1967 for and as of 2018 he had a record of 26 Grammys including categories like Best Opera Recording and Best Classical Performance.
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The classic pianist, considered to be one of the greatest of all time, earned 25 Grammy awards for Best Classical Performance, Best Classical Album, and Best Instrumental Soloist Performance, among others. Horowitz passed away in 1989.
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The American singer and songwriter has a record of 25 Grammy awards. He is one of the two artists who have won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year three times as the main credited artist. He has 23 studio albums and 4 live albums.
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The American composer and pianist, better known for his work in the Star Wars series, Jurassic Park and Jaws, has won 24 Grammy awards and has been nominated more than 60 times.
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Beyoncé Knowles got her first Grammys with Destiny's Child in categories like Best R&B Performance By A Duo or Group, however, she also earns a couple of Grammys as a solo artist including Best Contemporary R&B Album. Overall she has a record of 23 Grammy awards and she is the most nominated female artist in Grammy history, with 62 nominations.
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American jazz pianist took home his first Grammy award at the 18th Grammy Awards in 1976 for Best Jazz Instrumental Performance. Overall he has been nominated more than 60 times and has a record of 22 Grammys, making him the artist with the most jazz Grammy wins. In 2004 he performed onstage with the Foo Fighters during the 46th Grammy Awards.
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American rapper Jay-Z has a record of 22 Grammy awards and has been nominated more than 70 times. He took home his first Grammy award in 1998 for Best Rap Album and currently he holds the distinction of rapper with the most Grammy awards in history. He is so talented that even former President Barack Obama named him as one of his favorite rappers.