Opera singer Bryn Terfel has won a Grammy for his Simple Gifts album released in 2005.
Bryn Terfel (R) recorded a duet with Aled Jones for the album
Terfel picked up the award - his second Grammy - for best classic crossover album at the ceremony in Los Angeles.
Simple Gifts, released on the Deutsche Grammophon label, is a mixture of spiritual and secular songs and includes a duet with singer Aled Jones.
Terfel was unable to attend the 49th Grammys, but said he was "delighted" to win such a "prestigious award".
The singer won his first Grammy for his album Opera Arias in 1996.
Terfel, who is currently in Vienna, said: "Simple Gifts was a joyous recording to make, full of the most beautiful music, and the experience shared with some great friends who also feature on the album - John Williams, Simon Keenlyside and Aled Jones.
"It's a particular pleasure therefore to win such a prestigious award for this recording - I'm delighted."
Album Simple Gifts includes music from Mozart, Pergolesi, Sondheim and a duet by Welsh composer Karl Jenkins.
In July, Terfel became the second holder of the Queen's Medal for Music in a ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
He was presented with the medal by the Queen on stage at a special BBC Prom marking her 80th birthday.
The major honours at the 49th Grammy Awards were dominated by country trio the Dixie Chicks, who won best song, best album and record of the year.