"The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King" took home the awards in both musical categories of the Golden Globe Awards, held last night (Jan. 25) in Beverly Hills, Calif. Composer Howard Shore won the

"The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King" took home the awards in both musical categories of the Golden Globe Awards, held last night (Jan. 25) in Beverly Hills, Calif. Composer Howard Shore won the best original score honor for his work on the film. He also shared the best original song award with collaborators Fran Walsh and Annie Lennox for the theme "Into the West."

In the song category, the trio bested the work of Elton John and Bernie Taupin ("The Heart of Every Girl" from "Mona Lisa Smile"), Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder ("Man of the Hour" from "Big Fish"). Bono, Gavin Friday and Maurice Seezer ("Time Enough for Tears" from "In America") and Sting ("You Will Be My Ain True Love" from "Cold Mountain," performed by Alison Krauss).

The score nominees included such familiar names as Danny Elfman ("Big Fish") and Hans Zimmer ("The Last Samurai"), as well as Alexandre Desplat ("Girl With a Pearl Earring") and Gabriel Yared ("Cold Mountain").

The awards are staged annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and were broadcast live on NBC.