The 19th Ivor Novello Awards were presented by the Songwriters Guild of Great Britain and broadcast on BBC Radio 2 on 17th May 1974.  The awards were introduced by Alan Black.

Songwriters of the Year

Mike Chapman and Nicky Chinn

Outstanding Services to British Music

Tolchard Evans

International Hit of the Year by British Writers

Power To All Our Friends
Written by Guy Fletcher and Doug Flett
Published by Big Secret Music

Most Performed British Song

Get Down
Written by Gilbert O’Sullivan
Published by Mam Music Publishing

Best Selling British Record

I Love You Love Me Love
Written by Mike Leander
Released and Published in the UK by Bell Records – Leeds Music Ltd

The Best Song Musically and Lyrically

Daniel
Written by Elton John and Bernie Taupin
Published by Dick James Music

The Best Score from any Film or Theatrical Production

Jesus Christ Superstar
Written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice
Published by Leeds Music

The Best Song or Theme from any Radio or TV Programme

Galloping Home
Written by Denis King
Published by Week-End Music Ltd

The Best Ballad or Romantic Song

Won’t Somebody Dance with Me
Written by Lynsey De Paul
Published by ATV Music Ltd

The Best ‘Pop’ Song

You Won’t Find Another Fool Like Me
Written by Tony Macaulay and Geoff Stephens
Published by Tic Toc Music (UK) Ltd

The Best Novel or Unusual Song

Nice One Cyril
Written by Helen Clarke and Harold Spiro
Published by Belwin Mills Music Ltd and Miki Dallon Music

The Best Beat Song

Rubber Bullets
Written by: Lol Crème, Kevin Godley and Graham Gouldman
Published by St Annes Music


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