We’ve rounded up the best and worst performances of pianists throughout the year, along with some of their greatest moments.
The Best: Marlon Brando and Donizetti-Bergmann from “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” (2000) in New York City.
(Photo: AP)The Worst: Eric Clapton and George Harrison in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (1975) in Harrison, Pa.
(Video: CBS News)The Best: “The Man with the Golden Arm” from “Fargo” (2010) in Minneapolis, Minn.
(YouTube: FargoFest)The worst: Bruce Springsteen from “Born to Run” (1984) in Cleveland, Ohio.
(TV: CBS)The best: “Black Mass” from the film “Fantastic Four” (2004) in London.
(Photos: Getty Images)The bad: Robert Johnson from “Killing Them Softly” (1997) in St. Louis, Mo.
(Audio: CBS Interactive)The top five: “La La Land” (2015) by Damien Chazelle, “Frozen” (2014) by Kristen Anderson-Lopez, “The Hateful Eight” (2016) by Quentin Tarantino, “Inherent Vice” (2012) by Ethan Hawke and Alejandro González Iñárritu, “Spotlight” (2017) by Michael Haneke, and “The Revenant” (1958) by Francis Ford Coppola.