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Nominees for 36th annual Grammy Awards

LOS ANGELES -- The nominees announced Thursday for the 36th annual Grammy Awards, to be presented March 1 in New York, were:

Record of the year: 'A Whole New World (Aladdin's theme),' Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle; 'I Will Always Love You,' Whitney Houston; 'The River Of Dreams,' Billy Joel; 'If I Ever Lose My Faith In You,' Sting; 'Harvest Moon,' Neil Young.

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Album ofthe year: 'Kamakiriad,' Donald Fagen; 'The Bodyguard' soundtrack, Whitney Houston; 'The River of Dreams,' Billy Joel; 'Automatic For The People,' R.E.M.; 'Ten Summoner's Tales,' Sting.

Song of the year (songwriter's award, artist's name in parentheses): 'Harvest Moon,' Neil Young (Neil Young); 'I'll Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That), Jim Steinman (Meat Loaf); 'If I Ever Lose My Faith In You,' Sting (Sting); 'The River Of Dreams,' Billy Joel (Billy Joel), 'A Whole New World (Aladdin's theme),' Alan Menken and Tim Rice (Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle).NEWLN: more

Pop vocal, female: 'Dreamlover,' Mariah Carey; 'I Don't Know Why,' Shawn Colvin; 'I Will Always Love You,' Whitney Houston; 'Miss Chatelaine,' k.d. lang; 'I Don't Wanna Fight,' Tina Turner.

Pop vocal, male: 'The Crying Game,' Boy George; 'The River of Dreams,' Billy Joel; 'Don't Take Away My Heaven,' Aaron Neville; 'Have I Told You Lately,' Rod Stewart; 'If I Ever Lose My Faith In You,' Sting.

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New artist: Belly, Blind Melon, Toni Braxton, Digable Planets, SWV (Sisters with Voices).

Rock vocal: 'Steam,' Peter Gabriel; 'Are You Gonna Go My Way,' Lenny Kravitz; 'I'll Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That),' Meat Loaf; 'Demolition Man,' Sting; 'All Along The Watchtower,' Neil Young.

Rock performance, duo or group with vocal: 'Livin' On The Edge,' Aerosmith; 'No Rain,' Blind Melon; 'My Back Pages,' Bob Dylan, Roger McGuinn, Tom Petty, Neil Young, Eric Clapton, George Harrison; 'Runaway Train,' Soul Asylum; 'Two Princes,' Spin Doctors.

Country vocal, male: 'Ain't Going Down (Til The Sun Comes Up),' Garth Brooks; 'Chattahoochee,' Alan Jackson; 'I Don't Need Your Rockin' Chair,' George Jones; 'The Grand Tour,' Aaron Neville; 'Ain't That Lonely Yet,' Dwight Yoakam.

Country vocal, female: 'Passionate Kisses,' Mary-Chapin Carpenter; 'High Powered Love,' Emmy Lou Harris; 'Soon,' Tanya Tucker; 'Only Love,' Wynonna; 'Walkaway Joe,' Trisha Yearwood.

Country vocal, duo or group: 'Hard Workin' Man,' Brooks & Dunn; 'Trashy Women,' Confederate Railroad; 'In A Week Or Two,' Diamond Rio; 'God Blessed Texas,' Little Texas; 'All These Years,' Sawyer Brown.NEWLN: more

Pop duo or group with vocal: 'A Whole New World (Aladdin's theme),' Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle; 'When I Fall In Love,' Celine Dion & Clive Griffin; 'Man On The Moon,' R.E.M.; 'The Music Of The Night,' Barbra Streisand and Michael Crawford; 'Love Is,' Vanessa Williams and Brian McKnight.

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Traditional pop vocal: 'Steppin' Out,' Tony Bennett; 'Do You Miss New York?' Rosemary Clooney; 'A Touch Of Music In The Night,' Michael Crawford; 'Love Songs,' Diane Schuur; 'Back To Broadway,' Barbra Streisand.

Pop instrumental: 'Got To Be There,' George Benson; 'Forever In Love,' Kenny G; 'Beauty And The Beast,' James Galway; 'Barcelona Mona' Bruce Hornsby and Branford Marsalis; 'The Phantom Of The Opera,' London Symphony Orchestra, Anthony Inglis, conductor.

Hard rock with vocal: 'Highway To Hell,' AC/DC; 'Leave It Alone,' Living Colour; 'Calling To You,' Robert Plant; 'Cherub Rock,' Smashing Pumpkins; 'Plush,' Stone Temple Pilots.

Metal with vocal: 'Fear Of The Dark,' Iron Maiden; 'Angry Again,' Megadeth; 'I Don't Want To Change The World,' Ozzy Osbourne; 'Institutionalized,' Suicidal Tendencies; 'Thunder Kiss '65,' White Zombie.

Rock instrumental: 'Boogie Man,' Aerosmith; 'Hi-Heel Sneakers,' Jeff Beck and Jed Leiber; 'Speed Of Light,' Joe Satriani; 'Purple Haze,'Tangerine Dream; 'Sofa,' Joel Steve Vai.

Rock song (songwriter's award, artist's name in parentheses): 'Are You Gonna Go My Way,' Lenny Kravitz and Craig Ross (Lenny Kravitz); 'Cryin',' Steven Tyler, Joe Perry and Taylor Rhodes (Aerosmith); 'I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)' Jim Steinman (Meat Loaf); 'Livin' On The Edge,' Steven Tyler, Joe Perry & Mark Hudson (Aerosmith); 'Runaway Train,' David Pirner (Soul Asylum).

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Alternative album, vocal or instrumental: 'Star,' Belly; 'In Utero,' Nirvana; 'Automatic For The People,' R.E.M.; 'Siamese Dream, ' Smashing Pumpkins; 'Zooropa,' U2.

R&B vocal, female: 'Another Sad Love Song,' Toni Braxton; 'Someday We'll All Be Free,' Aretha Franklin; 'I'm Every Woman,' Whitney Houston; 'That's The Way Love Goes,' Janet Jackson; 'All Right Now,' Patti LaBelle.

R&B vocal, male: 'For The Cool In You,' Babyface; 'Can We Talk,' Tevin Campbell; 'A Song For You,' Ray Charles; 'Voodoo,' Teddy Pendergrass; 'How Deep Is Your Love,' Luther Vandross.

R&B performance, duo or group with vocal: 'Let It Snow,' Boyz II Men; 'Sunday Morning,' Earth, Wind & Fire; 'Give It Up, Turn It Loose,' En Vogue; 'No Ordinary Love,' Sade; 'Anniversary,' Tony!Toni!Tone!NEWLN: more

R&B song (songwriter's award, artist's name in parentheses): 'Anniversary,' Raphael Wiggins and Carl Wheeler (Tony!Toni!Tone!); 'Can We Talk,' Babyface and Daryl Simmons (Tevin Campbell); 'Heaven Knows,' Luther Vandross and Reed Vertelney (Luther Vandross); 'Little Miracles (Happen Every Day),' Luther Vandross and Marcus Miller (Luther Vandross); 'That's The Way Love Goes,' Janet Jackson, James Harris III and Terry Lewis (Janet Jackson).

Rap solo: 'Let Me Ride,' Dr. Dre; 'Stand Your Man,' LL Cool J; 'Ruffneck,' MC Lyte; 'Ditty,' Paperboy; 'Just Da Pimpin' In Me,' Sir Mix-A-Lot.

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Rap, duo or group: 'Revolution,' Arrested Development; 'Insane In The Brain,' Cypress Hill; 'Rebirth Of Slick (Cool Like Dat),' Digable Planets; 'Nuthin' But A 'G' Thang,' Dr. Dre and Snoop; 'Hip Hop Hooray,' Naughty Nature.

New age album, instrumental or vocal: 'Banba,' Clannad; 'The Hours Between Night + Day,' Ottmar Liebert and Luna Negra; '220 Volt Live,' Tangerine Dream; 'Spanish Angel,' Paul Winter Consort; 'In My Time,' Yanni.

Contemporary jazz performance, instrumental: 'Paint The World,' Chick Corea Elektric Band II; 'Between The Sheets,' Fourplay; 'The Road To You,' Pat Metheny Group; 'Another World,' John Patitucci; 'Like A River,' Yellowjackets.

Jazz vocal: 'Now And Then,' Ernestine Anderson; 'Take A Look,' Natalie Cole; 'Light Out Of Darkness,' Shirley Horn; 'The Pink Panther Theme,' Bobby McFerrin; 'Swing That Music,' Bobby Short and Alden-Barrett Quintet.

Jazz instrumental solo: 'The More I See You' (track from ' 'Legends'), Benny Carter; 'Brasil (Aquarela Do Brasil)' (track from 'Kicking Cans), Herbie Hancock; 'Miles Ahead' (track from 'So Near, So Far,' 'Musings for Miles'), Joe Henderson; '4 On 6' (track from 'Wes Bound'), Lee Ritenour; 'Nostalgico' (track from 'American Jazz Philharmonic'), Phil Woods.

Jazz instrumental performance, individual or group: 'Sambao,' Kenny Barron; 'So Near, So Far (Musings For Miles)' Joe Henderson; 'Dancing In The Dark,' The Fred Hersch Trio; 'Joshua Redman,' Joshua Redman; 'Wes Bound,' Lee Ritenour.

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Large jazz ensemble performance: 'Miles And Quincy Live At Montreux, ' Miles Davis and Quincy Jones; 'Dave Grusin Presents GRP All-star Big Band Live,' GRP All-Star Big Band and Tom Scott; 'Little Man, Big Band,' Jimmy Heath; 'Our 25th Year,' Rob McConnell & The Boss Brass; 'Spirit Of The Black Territory Bands,' Johnny Otis and his Orchestra.

Country vocal collaboration (duos or groups of artists who do not normally sing together): 'A Bad Goodbye,' Clint Black and Wynonna; 'Does He Love You,' Reba McEntire and Linda Davis; 'The Heart Won't Lie,' Reba McEntire and Vince Gill; 'Romeo,' Dolly Parton, Tanya Tucker, Billy Ray Cyrus, Kathy Mattea, Pam Tillis and Mary-Chapin Carpenter; 'Miner's Prayer,' Ralph Stanley and Dwight Yoakam.

Country instrumental: 'Red Wing,' Asleep At The Wheel; 'Jingle Bells,' (track from 'Christmas In Branson, MO, USA'), Roy Clark; 'The Ballad Of Jed Clampett,' John McEuen; 'Gold Rush,'Mark O'Connor with Byron Berline; 'Fiddlin' Around,' Mark O'Connor with Johnny Gimble.

Bluegrass album, vocal or instrumental: 'Stuart Duncan,' Stuart Duncan; 'Blue Diamond,' The Johnson Mountain Boys; 'Waitin' For The Hard Times To Go,' the Nashville Bluegrass Band; 'Tony Rice Plays And Sings Bluegrass,' Tony Rice; 'Saturday Night (& Sunday Morning),' Ralph Stanley.

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Country song (songwriter's award, artist's name in parentheses): 'Ain't That Lonely Yet,' Kostas and James House (Dwight Yoakam); 'Chattahoochee,' Alan Jackson and Jim McBride (Alan Jackson); 'Does He Love You,' Sandy Knox and Billy Stritch (Reba McEntire and Linda Davis); 'The Hard Way,' Mary-Chapin Carpenter (Mary-Chapin Carpenter); 'Passionate Kisses,' Lucinda Williams (Mary-Chapin Carpenter).

Rock gospel album: 'Free At Last,' DC Talk; 'Heat.It.Up.,' Degarmo and Key; 'Pullin' No Punches,' D.O.C.; 'Crimson And Blue,' Phil Keaggy; 'Evolution,' Geoff Moore and The Distance.

Pop/contemporary gospel album: 'Soul,' Margaret Becker; 'The Live Adventure,' Steven Curtis Chapman; 'Hope,' Michael English; 'Le Voyage,' Sandi Patti; 'A Beautiful Place,' Wayne Watson.

Southern, country or bluegrass gospel album: 'Walk On,' Bruce Carroll; 'Worship His Glory,' The Cathedrals; 'Southern Classics,' Gaither Vocal Band; 'Good News,' Kathy Mattea; 'Sunday Morning,' Ralph Stanley.NEWLN: more

Traditional soul gospel album: 'Stand Still,' Shirley Caesar: 'Live In Memphis,' the Canton Spirituals; 'In Good Health,' the Dixie Hummingbirds; 'Deep River,' the Five Blind Boys of Alabama featuring Clarence Fountain; 'Better Days Ahead,' Dorothy Norwood; 'He Keeps On Blessing Me,' Albertina Walker.

Contemporary soul gospel album: 'Angie & Debbie,' Angie & Debbie; 'Something On The Inside,' Vanessa Bell Armstrong; 'Start All Over,' Helen Baylor; 'Live,' the Richard Smallwood Singers; 'All Out,' the Winans.

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Gospel album, choir or chorus: 'Live...We Come Rejoicing,' Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir; 'Rev. Milton Brunson Presents Tyrone Block And The Christ Tabernacle Combined Chorus,' Rev. Milton Brunson, Tyrone Block and the Christ Tabernacle Combined Choirs; 'All The Bases,' O'Landa Draper and the Associates Choir; 'If You Love Me,' Edwin Hawkins Music and Arts Seminar Choir; 'Amen! A Gospel Celebration,' Erich Kunzel and the Cincinnati Pops with Jennifer Holliday, Maureen McGovern and Lou Rawls.

Latin pop album: 'Imaginame,' Maria Conchita Alonso; 'Brindo A La Vida, Al Bolero, A Ti,' Vikki Carr; 'Latin Street '92,' Jose Feliciano; 'Aries,' Luis Miguel; 'Algo Mas Que Amor,' Las Triplets.

Tropical Latin album: 'Hecho En Puerto Rico,' Willie Colon; 'Azuca Negra,' Celia Cruz; 'First Class International,' El Gran Combode Puerto Rico; 'Dilema,' Luis Enrique; 'Mi Terra,' Gloria Estefan; 'Areito,' Juan Luis Guerra y 4.40.

Mexican-American album: 'Lastima Que Seas Ajena,' Vicente Fernandez; 'Corazon De Piedra,' Santiago Jiminez Jr.; 'Que Paso?' Little Joe; 'La Garra De...,' Los Tigres Del Norte; 'Live,' Selena.

Tradional blues album: 'Collins Mix (The Best Of),' Albert Collins; 'Boom Boom,' John Lee Hooker; 'Blues Summit,' B.B. King; 'Dancing The Blues,' Taj Mahal; 'The Alligator Records 20th Anniversary Tour,' various artists.

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Contemporary blues album: 'Mystic Mile,' Robben Ford and the Blue Line; 'Feels Like Rain,' Buddy Guy; 'Wake Up Call,' John Mayall; 'Muddy Waters Blues -- A Tribute To Muddy Waters,' Paul Rodgers; 'Hey, Where's Your Brother?' Johnny Winter.

Traditional folk album: 'The Celtic Harp,' The Chieftains; 'Melody, Rhythm & Harmony,' Le Mystere Des Voix Bulgares; 'Friend Of Mine,' Bill Morrissey and Greg Brown; 'Ancestral Voices,' R. Carlos Nikai and William Eaton with the Black Lodge Singers; 'Trace Of Time,' Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys; 'Our Town,' Jody Stecher and Kate Brislin.

Contemporary folk album: 'La Danse De La Vie,' Beausoleil; 'Fat City,' Shawn Colvin; 'Good As I Been To You,' Bob Dylan; 'Spinning Around The Sun,' Jimmie Dale Gilmore; 'Other Voices/Other Rooms,' Nanci Griffith; 'Breaking Silence,' Janis Ian.

Reggae album: 'Mystical Truth,' Black Uhuru; 'The World Should Know,' Burning Spear; 'Inner Circle,' Bad Boys; 'Joys And Blues,' Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers; 'Fe Real,' Maxi Priest.

World music album: 'Heat, Dust & Dreams,' Johnny Clegg and Savuka; 'A Meeting The River,' Ry Cooder and V.M. Bhatt; 'Deep Forest,' Deep Forest; 'A World Out Of Time Vol 2.,' Henry Kaiser and David Lindley; 'From Bulgaria With Love,' Le Mystere Des Voix Bulgares.

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Polka album: 'A New Batch Of Polkas,' Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones; 'Most Requested Hits,' Lenny Gomulka and the Chicago Push; 'Accordionally Yours,' Walter Ostanek and His Band; 'Polka Music Fan, ' Polka Family Band; 'Saturday Night Polka,' Jimmy Starr and His Orchestra.NEWLN: more

Musical album for children: 'Aladdin' soundtrack; 'Barney's Favorites, Vol. 1,' Barney & Friends; 'The Muppet Christmas Carol' soundtrack, the Muppets; 'Peter Paul & Mommy, Too,' Peter Paul and Mary; 'Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas' soundtrack, various artists.

Spoken word album for children: 'Aladdin Sound and Story Theater,' various artists; 'Audrey Hepburn's Enchanted Tales,' Audrey Hepburn; 'Brer Rabbit and Boss Lion,' Danny Glover and Dr. John; 'Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are?' John Cleese; 'The Muppet Christmas Carol Story Album,' the Muppets with Michael Caine and others.

Spoken word or non-musical album: 'Bound For Glory,' Arlo Guthrie; 'Howards End,' Emma Thompson; 'Miles: The Autobiography,' LeVar Burton; 'Mr. & Mrs. Bridge,' Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward; 'On The Pulse Of Morning,' Maya Angelou.

Spoken comedy album: 'Jammin' In New York,: George Carlin; 'Lake Wobegon USA,' Garrison Keillor; 'Leslie Nielsen The Naked Truth,' Leslie Nielsen; 'A Marriage Made In Heaven Or Too Tired For An Affair,' Erma Bombeck; 'You're Good Enough, You're Smart Enough, And Doggone It, People Like You!' Al Franken.

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Musical show album: 'Bernstein: On The Town,' various artists, composer Leonard Bernstein, lyricists Betty Comden and Adolph Green; 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,' Michael Damian and cast, composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyricist Tim Rice; 'Kiss Of The Spider Woman,' original cast, composer John Kander, lyricist Fred Ebb; 'Sondheim: A Celebration At Carnegie Hall,' various artists, composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim; 'The Who's Tommy Original Cast Recording,' original cast, composer and lyricist Pete Townshend.

Instrumental composition (artist's name in parentheses): 'Autumn,' Dave Brubeck (Dave Brubeck, Chris Brubeck and Dan Brubeck); 'Bill Evans,' Lyle Mays (Lyle Mays); 'Blue Miles,' Chick Corea (Chick Corea Elektric Band II); 'Forever In Love,' Kenny G (Kenny G); 'Half Life Of Absolution,' Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays (Pat Metheny Group).

Instrumental composition written for motion picture or television: 'The Age Of Innocence' album, Elmer Bernstein; 'Aladdin' album, Alan Menken; 'The Firm' album, Dave Grusin; 'Jurassic Park' album, John Williams; 'A River Runs Through It' album, Mark Isham.

Song written for motion picture or television (artist's name in parentheses): 'Friend Like Me' from 'Aladdin,' Alan Menken and Howard Ashman (Robin Williams); 'I Don't Wanna Fight' from 'What's Love Got to Do With It,' Steve DuBerry, Lulu and Billy Lawrie (Tina Turner); 'I Have Nothing' from 'The Bodyguard,' David Foster and Linda Thompson (Whitney Houston); 'Run To You' from 'The Bodyguard,' Allan Rich and Jud Friedman (Whitney Houston); 'A Whole New World (Aladdin's theme)' from 'Aladdin,' Alan Menken and Tim Rice (Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle).

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Music video, short form: 'Human Behavior,' Bjork; 'Steam,' Peter Gabriel; 'Beautiful Girl,' INXS; 'Everybody Hurts,' R.E.M.; 'Runaway Train,' Soul Asylum.

Music video, long form: 'Canadian Brass: Home Movies,' Canadian Brass; 'Miles & Quincy Live At Montreux,' Miles Davis and Quincy Jones; 'Rocky World,' Daniel Lanois; 'Ten Summoner's Tales,' Sting; 'Three Phase,' Tangerine Dream; 'A Celebration -- A Musical Tribute To The Spirit Of The Disabled American Veteran,' Travis Tritt.

Arrangement, instrumental (artist's name in parentheses): 'Mood Indigo,' Dave Grusin (Dave Grusin); 'Oleo,' Michael Abene (GRP All- Star Big Band); 'Buleria,' Vince Mendoza (Vince Mendoza and Arif Mardin); 'Suite Fraternidad' 1st and 2nd movements, Arif Mardin, (Vince Mendoza and Arif Mardin); Dizzy Gillespie Fireworks,' Lalo Schifrin (Lalo Schifrin).

Instrumental arrangement accompanying vocals (artist's name in parentheses): 'When I Fall In Love,' Jeremy Lubbock (Celine Dion and Clive Griffin); 'I Have Nothing,' David Foster and Jeremy Lubbock (Whitney Houston); 'Santa's Comin' To Town,' Gary Hines (The Sounds of Blackness); 'Luck Be A Lady,' Jeremy Lubbock (Barbra Streisand); 'Some Enchanted Evening,' Johnny Mandel and David Foster (Barbra Streisand).

Recording package (art director's award, artist's name in parentheses): 'The Complete Billie Holliday On Verve 1945-1959,' David Lau (Billie Holiday); 'Live & Loud,' David Coleman (Ozzy Ozbourne); 'Shine On,' Storm Thorgerson and Stylorouge (Pink Floyd); 'Automatic For The People' 2nd set, Tom Recchion, Michael Stipe, Jeff Gold and Jim Ladwig (R.E.M.); '14 Songs,' Kim Champagne and Jeff Gold (Paul Westerberg).

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Album notes (writer's award, artist's name in parentheses): 'The Complete Billie Holiday On Verve 1949-1959,' Buck Clayton, Phil Schaap and Joel E. Siegel (Billie Holiday); 'King Of The Blues,' Colin Escott (B.B. King); 'The Complete Riverside Recordings,' Orrin Keepnews and Jim Ferguson (Wes Montgomery); 'Elvis From Nashville To Memphis, The Essential '60s Masters I,' Peter Guralnick (Elvis Presley); 'Sounds From The South -- A Musical Journey From The Georgia Sea Islands To The Mississippi Delta Recorded In The Field Alan Lomax,' Alan Lomax and Robert Palmer (various artists).NEWLN: more

Historical album: 'Noel Coward: The Master's Voice -- His HMV Recordings 1928-1953,' Sheridan Morley, compilation producer; 'Bing -- His Legendary Years 1931-1957,' Andy McKaie and Steven Lasker, compilation producers; 'The Complete Billie Holiday On Verve 1945-1959, ' Michael Lang and Phil Schaap, compilation producers; 'Frank Sinatra -- The Columbia Years 1943-1952,' Didier C. Deutsch, compilation editor; 'The Monterey International Pop Festival,' Stephen K. Peeples and Geoff Gans, compilation producers.

Engineer award (artist's name in parentheses): 'janet.,' Steve Hodge and Dave Rideau (Janet Jackson); 'Lam Toro,' Cesar Sogbe and Joe Galdo (Baaba Maal); 'Race Against The Machine,' Andy Wallace, Stan Katayama and G.G. Garth (Race Against the Machine); 'Wes Bound,' Don Murray (Lee Ritenour); 'Ten Summoner's Tales,' Hugh Padgham (Sting).

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Producer of the year: Walter Afanasieff; Tony Brown; Bruce Fairbairn; David Foster; Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis; Hugh Padgham.

Classical album: 'Bartok: The Wooden Prince and Cantata Profana,' conductor Pierre Boulez, Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, tenor John Aler, baritone John Tomlinson, producer Karl-August Naegler; 'Berg: Violin Concerto' and 'Time Chant,' conductor James Levine, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter, producer Christopher Alder; 'Debussy: Le Martyre De Saint Sebastien,' conductor Michael Tilson Thomas, London Symphony, producer Andreas Neubronner; 'If You Love Me,' soprano Cecilia Bartoli, pianist Gyorgy Fischer, producer Christopher Raeburn; 'Venetian Vespers,' conductor Paul McCreesh, Gabrieli Consort and Players, producer Ben Turner.

Orchestral award: 'Barber: Adagio, Symphony No.1, The School For Scandal, Essays,' conductor David Zinman, Baltimore Symphony; 'Bartok: The Wooden Prince,' conductor Pierre Boulez, Chicago Symphony Orchestra; 'Debussy: Images, Printemps, Prelude A L'Apres-midi D'un Faune,' conductor Pierre Boulez, Cleveland Orchestra; 'Ives: Symphony No.3, Three Places In New England, The Unanswered Question, Central Park In The Dark...,' conductor Leonard Slatkin, St. Louis Symphony. Opera recording: 'Adams: The Death of Klinghoffer,' conductor Kent Negano, soloists Maddalena, Hammons, Sylvan, Friedman and Nadler, producer John McClure; 'Britten: Gloriana,' conductor Sir Charles Mackerras, soloists Barstow, Langridge, Opie, Kenny, Jones, Summers, Van Allen, Terfel, White, Shirley-Quirk and Ainsley, producers Andrew Cornall and Morten Winding; 'Gluck: Iphigenie En Tauride,' conductor Ricardo Muti, soloists Vaness, Allen, Winbergh, Surian, Brunet, producer David Mottely; 'Handel: Semele,' conductor John Nelson, soloists Battle, Horne, Ramey, Aler, McNair, Chance, Mackie and Doss, producer Steve Paul; 'Prokofiev: War and Peace,' conductor Valery Gergiev, soloists Gergalov, Prokina, Gregoriam, Borodina, Marusin, Okhotnikov and Gerelo, producer Erik Smith.

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Choral work performance: 'Bartok: Cantata Profana,' conductor Pierre Boulez, Chicago Symphony and Chorus, director Margaret Hillis; 'Brahms: German Requiem,' conductor Roger Norrington, London Classical Players and The Schultz Choir of London; 'Debussy: Le Martyre De Saint Sebastien,' conductor Michael Tilson Thomas, London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus; 'Vaughan Williams: A Sea Symphony,' conductor Leonard Slatkin, The Philharmonia Orchestra and Chorus; 'Venetian Vespers,' conductor Paul McCreesh, Gabrieli Consort and Players.

Classical instrumental solo with orchestra: 'Berg: Violin Concerto, Time Chant,' violinist Annie-Sophie Mutter, Chicago Symphony Orchestra; 'Brahms: Piano Concerto No. 1,' pianist Stephen Kovacevich, London Philharmonic; 'Copland: Clarinet Concerto...,' clarinetist Richard Stoltzman, London Symphony; 'Ravel: Piano Concerto For Left Hand...,' pianist Leon Fleisher, Boston Symphony; 'Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto,' violinist Gil Shaham, The Philharmonia Orchestra. Classical instrumental solo without orchestra: 'Alkan: Concerto For Piano,' pianist Marc- Andre Hamelin; 'Bach: Six French Suites,' pianist Andras Schiff; 'Barber: The Complete Solo Piano Music,' pianist John Browning; 'Beethoven: Piano Sonatas...,' pianist Richard Goode; 'Leon Fleisher Recital,' pianist Leon Fleisher.

Chamber music performance: 'Beethoven: Complete String Trios,' violinist Itzhak Perlman, violist Pinchas Zukerman, cellist Lynn Harrell; 'Faure: Piano Quartets,' pianist Emanuel Ax, violinist Isaac Stern, violist Jaime Laredo, cellist Yo-Yo Ma; 'Ives: String Quartets,' Emerson String Quartet; 'Martinu: Cello Sonatas,' cellist Janos Starker, pianist Rudolf Firkusny; 'Prokofiev: Violin Sonatas,' violinist Gidon Kremer, pianist Martha Argerich.

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Classical vocal performance: 'The Art Of Arleen Auger' (works of Larsen, Purcell, Schumann, Mozart), soprano Arleen Auger; 'Dvorak/Janacek/Martinu: Lieder,' soprano Gabriela Benackova; 'Exsultate Jubilate' (works of Handel, Mozart), soprano Sylvia McNair; 'Farewell To Salzburg' (works of Brahms, Mahler, Schumann, Strauss) contralto Christa Ludwig; 'Grieg: Lieder,' soprano Anne Sofie von Otter.

Contemporary composition: 'Orphee-Serenade,' William Bolcom; 'Violin Concerto,' Elliott Carter; 'Cello Concerto,' Donald Erb; 'A Way A Lone,' Toru Takemitsu; 'Byzantium,' Michael Tippett.

Classical engineering: 'Adams: The Death Of Klinghoffer,' Henk Jansen (The Orchestra of the Opera de Lyon); 'Bartok: The Wooden Prince and Cantata Profana,' Rainer Maillard (Chicago Symphony, Chorus and soloists); 'Debussy: Le Martyre De Saint Sebastien,' Marcus Herzog (London Symphony, Chorus and soloists; 'Haydn: The Creation,' Jack Renner (Atlanta Symphony and Chamber Chorus); 'Tangazo -- Music Of Latin America,' Colin Moorfoot (The New World Symphony).

Classical producer: Andrew Cornall, Michael Haas, Judith Sherman, Adam Stern, Robina G. Young.

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