Oscars 2015: 'The Grand Budapest' Hotel Wins Best Original Score

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Julie Andrews presented the award to composer Alexandre Desplat.

The Grand Budapest Hotel took home the Academy Award for best original score on Sunday night.

Julie Andrews presented the award to composer Alexandre Desplat, who was also nominated for the score he did for best picture nominee, The Imitation Game. Desplat beat out Gary Yershon for Mr. Turner, Hans Zimmer for Interstellar and Johann Johannsson for The Theory of Everything to take home the Oscar.

At last year's awards show, composer Steven Price took home the honor for his score for Gravity

Neil Patrick Harris is hosting the 87th annual Academy Awards, which is being broadcast live on ABC from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. 

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