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The original Broadway cast recording of "West Side Story" and Erroll Garner playing "Misty" are among five inductees at the Hall of Fame of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.

The academy, which bestows the annual Grammy Awards, has inducted pre-1958 musical pieces into its Hall of Fame since 1974. The Grammys were first awarded in 1958.

This year's Hall of Fame recordings are: "Call It Stormy Monday," "Misty," "Moonlight Serenade," "Show Boat" and "West Side Story," the academy announced Wednesday.

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