Oscar-winning composer Gustavo Santaolalla received a Golden Globe nomination today (Dec. 14) for best original score for the film "Babel."

The Argentine songwriter and producer won a best original song Golden Globe last year for "A Love That Will Never Grow Old" from the movie "Brokeback Mountain." His score for the movie won him an Academy Award.

Today's Golden Globe nomination for Santaolalla comes on the heels of a Grammy nomination earlier this month for best compilation soundtrack album, also for "Brokeback Mountain."

Meanwhile, other nominees in this year's best original score category are Alexandre Desplat for "The Painted Veil," Clint Mansell for "The Fountain," Carlo Siliotto for "Nomad," and Hans Zimmer for "The Da Vinci Code."

Nominees in the category of best original song for a motion picture are "A Father's Way" ("The Pursuit of Happyness"), "Listen" ("Dreamgirls"), "Never Gonna Break My Faith" ("Bobby"), "The Song of the Heart" ("Happy Feet"), and "Try Not to Remember" ("Home of the Brave").

The 64th Golden Globe Awards will be held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., and broadcast live on NBC on Jan. 15.