Golden Reel Award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Musical for Feature Film

The Golden Reel Award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Musical for Feature Film is an annual award given by the Motion Picture Sound Editors. It honors music editors whose work has warranted merit in the field of cinema; in this case, their work in musical feature films. It was first awarded in 1999, for films released the previous year, under the title Best Sound Editing – Music – Musical Feature (Foreign & Domestic). In 2002, the award dropped "Foreign & Domestic" from its title, going by Best Sound Editing – Music – Musical Feature Film. From this point, until 2017, that title would remain, or some simple variation of it. The award has been given with its current title since 2018.

Winners and nomineesEdit

1990sEdit

Best Sound Editing – Music – Musical Feature (Foreign & Domestic)

Year Film Winners/Nominees
1998
[1]
Hilary and Jackie Robert Hathaway (music editor)
Blues Brothers 2000 George A. Martin (supervising music editor)
Dance with Me Daryl B. Kell (supervising music editor)
Little Voice Andy Glen (music editor)
Still Crazy Dina Eaton (music editor)
Tango
Velvet Goldmine Annette Kudrak (music editor), Todd Kasow (scoring editor)
The Wedding Singer Scott Grusin, Stephen Lotwis (music editors)
1999
[2][3]
The Red Violin Todd Kasow (music editor), Claude La Haye (re-recording music mixer)
Bandits
Music of the Heart Bill Abbott (music/scoring editor)
Sweet and Lowdown Alisa Lepselter (music editor)
Topsy-Turvy Michael Connell (music/scoring editor), Denise Connell (music editor)

2000sEdit

Year Film Winners/Nominees
2000
[4]
Almost Famous Carlton Kaller (music editor/scoring editor)
Billy Elliot
Bring It On Fernand Bos (music editor/scoring editor)
Coyote Ugly Shannon Erbe (music editor)
Dancer in the Dark Valgeir Sigurðsson (music editor /music mixer/music programmer/music recordist)
Love's Labour's Lost Gerard McCann (music editor/scoring editor)
Orfeu Mark Jan Wlodarkiewicz (music editor/scoring editor)

Best Sound Editing – Music – Musical Feature Film

Year Film Winners/Nominees
2001
[5]
Moulin Rouge! Simon Leadley (supervising music editor/scoring editor); Tim Ryan, Lee Scott (music editors); Christine H. Luethje (music editor/music editing co-ordinator); Stephen Lotwis, Danielle Wiessner (vocal editors)
Captain Corelli's Mandolin Andy Glen (music editor)
Glitter Michael Dittrick, Todd Bozung, Bruce Nyznik (music editors)
Josie and the Pussycats Angie Rubin (music editor)
Lucky Break Tony Lewis, James Bellamy (music editors)
Rock Star Robert Schaper (supervising music editor), Brent Brooks (music editor)
Save the Last Dance Michael T. Ryan (music editor)
2002
[6][7]
Chicago Annette Kudrak (supervising music editor); E. Gedney Webb (music editor); Ellen Segal (music editor/scoring editor); Kenton Jakub, Missy Cohen (vocal editors)
8 Mile Carlton Kaller (music editor)
8 Women Benoît Hillebrant (music editor/scoring editor)
Drumline Lee Scott, Nicholas Meyers, Mick Gormaley (music editor); Bunny Andrews (music editor/scoring editor)
Queen of the Damned Will Kaplan (music editor/scoring editor), Jordan Corngold (music editor)
The Pianist Suzana Peric (music editor)
2003
[8][9]
A Mighty Wind Fernand Bos (music editor)
The Company Annette Kudrak (supervising music editor), Carl Sealove (music editor/scoring editor)
The Fighting Temptations Michael T. Ryan (music editor)
School of Rock Nic Ratner (music editor)
2004
[10][11]
Ray Curt Sobel (music editor)
Beyond the Sea Andrew Glen (music editor)
De-Lovely Christopher Kennedy (music editor)
The Phantom of the Opera Yann McCullough (music editor)
Raise Your Voice Jeff Lingle, Michael T. Ryan (music editors)
Shall We Dance? Paul Rabjohns (supervising music editor); Allan Jenkins, Kirsty Whalley (music editors)
2005
[12][13][14]
Walk the Line Mark Jan Wlodarkiewicz (supervising music editor); Terry Delsing (music editor); Bunny Andrews, Frank Wolf (scoring editors)
The Chorus
Hustle & Flow Marvin R. Morris, Shie Rozow (music editors)
The Producers Dan Lieberstein (supervising music editor); Missy Cohen, John M. Davis (music editors); Frank Wolf (vocal editor)
Rent Lisa Jaime (supervising music editor); Sally Boldt, Curtis Roush, Erich Stratmann (music editors)
2006
[15][16][17]
Dreamgirls Paul Rabjohns (supervising music editor); Timothy Boot, Amanda Goodpaster, Jason Ruder (music editors)
Copying Beethoven Andrew Glen (music editor)
A Prairie Home Companion Annette Kudrak (supervising music editor)
Take the Lead Angie Rubin (supervising music editor), Jeffrey Potokar (music editor)
Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny Michael Baber (music editor)
2007
[18]
Hairspray Sally Boldt, Lisa Jaime, Will Kaplan (music editors)
Enchanted Kenneth Karman (supervising music editor), Jeremy Raub (music editor), Joanie Diener (production music editor)
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Michael Higham (supervising music editor); Sam Southwick, John Warhurst (music editors)
Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story Fernand Bos, Tom Kramer (music editors)

Best Sound Editing – Music in a Musical Feature Film

Year Film Winners/Nominees
2008
[19][20][21]
Mamma Mia! Tony Lewis (supervising music editor), Robert Houston (music editor), Martin Lowe (musical director)
High School Musical 3: Senior Year Charles Martin Inouye (supervising music editor), Tanya Noel Hill (music editor)
How She Move Kevin Banks (supervising music editor); Yuri Gorbachow, Kenn Michael (music editors)
Shine a Light Tass Filipos (music editor)
2009
[22][23][24]
This Is It Michael Durham Prince, Ryan Rubin, Scott Stambler (supervising music editors)
Crazy Heart Fernand Bos (supervising music editor), Adrian Van Velsen (music editor)
Every Little Step Joanie Diener (supervising music editor)
Nine Curt Sobel (supervising music editor), Christopher Benstead (music editor)

2010sEdit

Year Film Winners/Nominees
2010
[25][26][27]
Country Strong Fernand Bos (supervising music editor), Philip Tallman (music editor)
Burlesque Todd Bozung (supervising music editor)
Step Up 3D Melissa Muik (supervising music editor)
Tangled Tom MacDougall (supervising music editor)
2011
[28][29]
The Muppets Lisa Jaime (supervising music editor), Richard Ford (music editor)
Footloose Kevin McKeever (supervising music editor)
The Perfect Age of Rock 'n' Roll Dan Evans Farkas (supervising music editor)
Pina Matthias Lempert (supervising music editor)
2012
[30][31]
Les Misérables Gerard McCann (supervising music editor); John Warhurst (co-supervising/vocals editor); Tim Hands, Alastair Sirkett (vocals editors); James Bellamy, Robert Houston, Rael Jones (music editors)
Joyful Noise Curt Sobel (supervising music editor)
Pitch Perfect Matt Fausak, Angie Rubin (music editors); Oliver Hug (additional music editor)
Rock of Ages Sally Boldt, Lisa Jaime (music editors)
2013
[32][33]
Frozen Fernand Bos, Earl Ghaffari (music editors)
Inside Llewyn Davis Todd Kasow, Jen Monnar (music editors)
Justin Bieber's Believe Kevin McKeever (supervising music editor)
Metallica: Through the Never Matt Fausak, Ryan Rubin (music editors); Joseph Magee (supervising music mixer); Rick Kline (re-recording mixer)
2014
[34][35]
Get on Up Curt Sobel (supervising music editor); Bill Bernstein, Jordan Corngold, Richard Henderson, Stephanie Lowry (music editors)
Annie Jon Wakeham (supervising sound editor); Lisa Jaime, Sherry Whitfield (music editors)
Into the Woods Michael Higham (supervising music editor), Jennifer L. Dunnington (music editor)
Jersey Boys Chris McGeary (supervising music editor); Angela Claverie, Tommy Lockett (music editor)
Whiplash Richard Henderson, Ben Wilkins (supervising sound editors); Craig Mann (music editor)
2015
[36][37]
Love & Mercy Nicholas Renbeck (music editor)
Pitch Perfect 2 Amanda Goodpaster (supervising music editor), Brett Pierce (music editor)
Straight Outta Compton Bryan Lawson, Jason Ruder (music editors)
2016
[38][39]
La La Land Jason Ruder (music editor)
Florence Foster Jenkins Gerard McCann (supervising music editor); Stuart Morton, Neil Stemp (music editors)
Moana Earl Ghaffari, Daniel Pinder (music editor)
Sing Street Becky Bentham (supervising music editor), Kieran Lynch (music editor)
Trolls Fernand Bos, Vicki Hiatt, Erich Stratmann (music editors)

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Musical for Feature Film

Year Film Winners/Nominees
2017
[40][41]
The Greatest Showman Jen Monnar (supervising music editor); Ted Caplan, Jeff Carson, Jim Harrison, Peter Myles, Sheri Ozeki (music editors)
Beauty and the Beast Christopher Benstead (supervising music editor); Christopher Brooks, Robin Morrison (music editors); Robin Baynton (scoring editor)
Coco Stephen M. Davis (supervising music editor), Warren Brown (music editor)
2018
[42][43]
Bohemian Rhapsody John Warhurst (supervising music editor), Neil Stemp (music editor)
Mary Poppins Returns Jennifer L. Dunnington (supervising music editor); Jim Bruening, Lewis Morison (music editors); Fiona Cruickshank (scoring editor)
A Star Is Born Jason Ruder (supervising music editor), Lena Glikson (music editor)
2019
[44][45]
Rocketman Andy Patterson, Cecile Tournesac (music editors)
Cats Nina Hartstone, John Warhurst (supervising music editors); Victor Chaga, James Shirley, Cecile Tournesac (music editors)
Echo in the Canyon Robert Stambler (music editor)
Frozen II Earl Ghaffari (supervising music editor); Fernand Bos, Kendall Demarest (music editors)
Judy Paul John Chandler (music editor)
Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese John M. Davis (music editor)
Western Stars Brandon Duncan (music editor)

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