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Nominees for 38th annual Grammy Awards

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 4 -- The nominees announced Thursday for the 38th annual Grammy Awards, to be presented Feb. 28 in Los Angeles were: Record of the year: 'One Sweet Day,' Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men; 'Gangsta's Paradise,' Coolio; 'One of Us,' Joan Osborne; 'Kiss From A Rose,' Seal; 'Waterfalls,' TLC. Album of the year: 'Daydream,' Mariah Carey; 'HIStory: Past, Present and Future Book I,' Michael Jackson; 'Jagged Little Pill,' Alanis Morissette; 'Relish,' Joan Osborne; 'Vitalogy,' Pearl Jam. Song of the year (songwriters' award, artist in parenthesis): 'I Can Love You Like That,' by Maribeth Derry, Steve Diamond, Jennifer Kimball (All-4-One); 'Kiss From A Rose,' Seal (Seal); 'One Of Us,' Eric Bazilian (Joan Osborne); 'You Are Not Alone,' R. Kelly (Michael Jackson); 'You Oughta Know,' Glen Ballard, Alanis Morissette (Alanis Morissette). New artist: Brandy, Hootie & the Blowfish, Alanis Morissette, Joan Osborne, Shania Twain. more

Female pop vocal: 'Fantasy,' Mariah Carey; 'I Know,' Dionne Farris; 'No More 'I Love You's,' Annie Lennox; 'One Of Us,' Joan Osborne; 'You Got It,' Bonnie Raitt; 'Colors Of The Wind,' Vanessa Williams. Male pop vocal: 'Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?,' Bryan Adams; 'You Are Not Alone,' Michael Jackson; 'Believe,' Elton John; 'Kiss From A Rose,' Seal; 'When We Dance,' Sting. Pop duo or group with vocal: 'I Can Love You Like That,' All-4-One; 'Love Will Keep Us Alive,' Eagles; 'Let Her Cry,' Hootie & The Blowfish; 'I'll Be There For You (theme from 'Friends'),' The Rembrandts; 'Waterfalls,' TLC. Pop collaboration with vocals: 'Someone To Love,' Jon B. featuring Babyface; 'When You Love Someone,' Anita Baker with James Ingram; 'One Sweet Day,' Mariah Carey & Boyz II Men; 'Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?,' The Chieftains with Van Morrison; 'Scream,' Michael Jackson & Janet Jackson. Pop instrumental: 'In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed,' Allman Brothers Band; 'Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas,' Kenny G; 'Yesterday,' Dave Grusin; 'Song B,' Bruce Hornsby; 'Mariachi Suite,' Los Lobos. Pop album: 'Daydream,' Mariah Carey; 'Hell Freezes Over,' Eagles; 'Medusa,' Annie Lennox; 'Bedtime Stories,' Madonna; 'Turbulent Indigo,' Joni Mitchell. Traditional pop vocal: 'Julie Andrews Broadway: The Music of Richard Rodgers,' Julie Andrews; 'Demi-Centennial!,' Rosemary Clooney: 'Back in Business,' Eartha Kitt; 'Broadway Legend,' John Raitt; 'Duets II, ' Frank Sinatra. more

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Female R&B vocal: 'I Apologize,' Anita Baker; 'Baby,' Brandy; 'I Belong To You,' Toni Braxton; 'Always Be My Baby,' Mariah Carey; 'The Way That You Love,' Vanessa Williams. Male R&B vocal: 'Brown Sugar,' D'Angelo; 'This Is How We Do It,' Montell Jordan; 'I Hate U,' former Prince; 'Baby's Home,' Barry White; 'For Your Love,'Stevie Wonder. R&B duo or group with vocal: 'I'm Your Man,' All-4-One; 'If You Love Me,' Brownstone; 'A Change Is Gonna Come,' Terence Trent D'Arby and Booker T & The MG's; 'All I Need (Is A Chance),' Take 6; 'Creep,' TLC. R&B song (songwriters' award, artist in parentheses): 'Brown Sugar,' D'Angelo (D'Angelo); 'Creep,' Dallas Austin (TLC); 'For Your Love,' Stevie Wonder (Stevie Wonder); 'Red Light Special,' Babyface (TLC); 'You Can't Run,' Babyface (Vanessa Williams). R&B album: 'My Life,' Mary T. Blige; 'Brown Sugar,' D'Angelo; 'The Gold Experience,' former Prince; 'Crazysexycool,' TLC; 'The Icon Is Love,' Barry White. Rap solo: 'Gangsta's Paradise,' Coolio; 'Keep Their Heads Ringin', ' Dr. Dre; 'Big Poppa,' The Notorious B.I.G.; 'I Wish,' Skee-Lo; 'Dear Mama,' 2Pac. Rap duo or group: '1st Of The Month,' Bone Thugs-N-Harmony; 'Throw Your Set In The Air,' Cypress Hill; 'I'll Be There For You/You're All I Need To Get By,' Method Man featuring Mary J. Blige; 'Feel Me Flow,' Naughty Nature; 'What Would U Do?,' Tha Dogg Pound. Rap album: 'E.1999 Eternal,' Bone Thugs-N-Harmony; 'Poverty's Paradise,' Naughty Nature; 'Return To The 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version,' Ol' Dirty Bastard; 'I Wish,' Skee-Lo; 'Me Against The World,' 2Pac. more

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Female country vocal: 'Baby, Now That I've Found You,' Alison Krauss; 'You Don't Even Know Who I Am,' Patty Loveless; 'Safe In The Arms Of Love,' Martina McBride; 'Mi Vida Loca (My Crazy Life),' Pam Tillis; 'Any Man Of Mine,' Shania Twain. Male country vocal: 'Standing On The Edge Of Goodbye,' John Berry; 'Go Rest High On That Mountain,' Vince Gill; 'Gone Country,' Alan Jackson; 'I Can Love You Like That,' John Michael Montgomery; 'A Thousand Miles From Nowhere,' Dwight Yoakam. Country duo or group with vocal: 'You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone,' Brooks & Dunn; 'Amy's Back In Austin,' Little Texas; 'Here Comes The Rain,' The Mavericks; 'Darned If I Don't (Darned If I Do),' Shenandoah; 'Tryin' To Get To New Orleans,' The Tractors. Country collaboration with vocals: 'All My Loving,' Suzy Bogguss & Chet Atkins; 'A Good Year For The Roses,' George Jones & Alan Jackson; 'On My Own,' Reba McEntire with Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride & Linda Davis; 'I Will Always Love You,' Dolly Parton & Vince Gill; 'Somewhere In The Vicinity Of The Heart,' Shenandoah with Alison Krauss. Country instrumental: 'Hightower,' Asleep At The Wheel; 'Sally Goodin,' Byron Berline with Earl Scruggs & Bill Monroe; 'Cheeseballs in Cowtown,' Bela Fleck; 'Cat Walk,' Flaco Jimenez & Lee Roy Parnell; 'Thunder Road/Sugarfoot Rag,' Doc Watson. Country song (songwriters' award, artist in parentheses): 'Any Man of Mine,' Robert John 'Mutt' Lange, Shania Twain (Shania Twain); 'Go Rest On That High Mountain,' Vince Gill (Vince Gill); 'Gone Country,' Bob McDill (Alan Jackson); 'I Can Love You Like That,' Maribeth Derry, Steve Diamond, Jennifer Kimball (John Michael Montgomery); 'You Don't Even Know Who I Am,' Gretchen Peters (Patty Loveless). Country album: 'Junior High,' Junior Brown; 'Music For All Occasions,' The Mavericks; 'John Michael Montgomery,' John Michael Montgomery; 'The Woman In Me,' Shania Twain; 'Thinkin' About You,' Trisha Yearwood; 'Dwight Live,' Dwight Yoakam. Bluegrass album: 'Fiddle & A Song,' Byron Berline; 'Beyond The City,' The Cox Family; 'Moonlighter,' Claire Lynch; '$35 And A Dream,' Rose Maddox; 'Unleashed,' The Nashville Bluegrass Band. New age album: 'Dream Suite,' Suzanne Ciani; 'An Enchanted Evening,' Kitaro; 'Trust,' Patrick O'Hearn; 'Tyranny Of Beauty,' Tangerine Dream; 'Forest,' George Winston. more

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Contemporary jazz performance: 'Elixir,' Fourplay; 'We Live Here,' Pat Metheny Group; 'Tales,' Marcus Miller; 'Larry & Lee,' Lee Ritenour & Larry Carlton; 'Dreamland,' Yellowjackets. Jazz vocal performance: 'Love And Peace: A Tribute To Horace Silver, ' Dee Dee Bridgewater; 'Close Your Eyes,' Kurt Elling; 'An Evening With Lena Horne,' Lena Horne; 'A Turtle's Dream,' Abbey Lincoln; 'Quiet After The Storm,' Dianne Reeves. Jazz instrumental solo: 'Take The Coltrane,' Kenny Barron, soloist; 'Impressions,' Michael Brecker, soloist; 'But Beautiful,' Pete Christlieb, soloist; 'The Way You Look Tonight,' Eliane Elias, Herbie Hancock, soloists; 'Go Down Moses,' Charlie Haden, Hank Jones, soloists. Jazz instrumental, individual or group: 'Wanton Spirit,' Kenny Barron with Roy Haynes and Charlie Haden; 'Steal Away,' Charlie Haden & Hank Jones; 'Double Rainbow: The Music of Antonio Carlos Jobim,' Joe Henderson; 'I Never Told You: Fred Hersch Plays Johnny Mandel,' Fred Hersch; 'Infinity,' McCoy Tyner Trio featuring Michael Brecker. Large jazz ensemble performance: 'All Blues,' GRP All-Star Big Band; 'A View From The Side,' The Bill Holman Band; 'Rush Hour,' Joe Lovano; 'Gunslinging Birds,' Mingus Big Band; 'State Street Sweet,' The Gerald Wilson Orchestra. Latin jazz performance: 'Pensativo,' Jerry Gonzalez & The Fort Apache Band; 'Antonio Brasileiro,' Jobim; 'Pure Emotion,' Chico O'Farrill & His Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra; 'Arete,' Eddie Palmieri; 'Ritmo Y Candela: Rhythm At The Crossroads,' Patato, Changuito y Orestes. Rock gospel album: 'Big Tent Revival,' Big Tent Revival; 'Lesson Of Love,' Ashley Cleveland; 'Jars Of Clay,' Jars Of Clay; 'Home Run!,' Geoff Moore & The Distance; 'No Doubt,' Petra. Pop/contemporary gospel album: 'The Music Of Christmas,' Steven Curtis Chapman; 'Unbelievable Love,' Larnelle; 'Find It On The Wings, ' Sandi Patty; 'I'll Lead You Home,' Michael W. Smith; 'My Utmost For His Highest,' various artists. Southern, country or bluegrass gospel album: 'One Summer Evening Live,' Bruce Carroll; 'Someday,' Crystal Gayle; 'A Gospel Gathering, ' Ralph Stanley & Joe Isaacs; 'At The Feet Of God,' Jerry & Tammy Sullivan; 'Amazing Grace: A Country Salute to Gospel,' various artists. Traditional soul gospel: 'No Ways Tired,' Fontella Bass; 'I Brought Him With Me,' The Blind Boys Of Alabama; 'Shirley Caesar Live. ..He Will Come,' Shirley Caesar; 'Power,' The Mighty Clouds Of Joy; 'Live At Jackson State University,' Rev. James Moore With the Mississippi Mass Choir. Contemporary soul gospel album: 'More Than A Melody,' Yolanda Adams; 'The Call,' Anointed; 'Motown Comes Home,' various artists; 'Heartsongs,' Doug Williams; 'Alone In His Presence,' CeCe Winans; 'Not In My House,' Daniel Winans. Gospel album, choir or chorus: 'Bible Stories,' Donald Lawrence and the Tri-City Singers; 'Live In New York Any Means...,' Hezekian Walker & the Love Fellowship Crusade Choir; 'Praise Him...Live!,' The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir; 'Shout,' Rev. Milton Brunson and the Thompson Community Singers; 'Show Up!,' The New Life Community Choir. Latin pop performance: 'Nuestras Canciones,' Adolfo Angel & Gustavo Angel; 'Hay Amores Y Amores,' Rocio Durcal; 'La Carretera,' Julio Iglesias; Cuando Los Angeles Lloran,' Mana; 'Amor,' Jon Secada. Tropical Latin performance: 'Todo A Su Tiempo,' Marc Anthony; 'Master Sessions Volume II,' Cachao; 'Tras La Tormenta,' Willie Colon & Ruben Blades; 'Irrepetible,' Celia Cruz; 'Abriendo Puertas,' Gloria Estefan. Mexican-American performance: 'Lagrimas,' Ramon Ayala Y Sus Bravos Del Norte; 'El Mexico Que Se Nos Fue,' Juan Gabriel; '...No Se Cansan!,' Jaime y Los Chamacos; 'Flaco Jimenez,' Flaco Jimenez; 'Exitos En Vivo,' La Mafia. Traditional blues album: 'Charles Brown's Cool Christmas Blues,' Charles Brown; 'Them Update Blues,' Lowell Fulson; 'Chill Out,' John Lee Hooker; 'The Last Real Texas Blues Band Featuring Doug Sahm,' The Last Real Texas Blues Band featuring Doug Sahm; 'Turn In On! Turn It Up!,' Roomful Of Blues. Contemporary blues album: 'The Man,' Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown; 'Live '92-'93,' Albert Collins And The Icebreakers; 'Some Rainy Morning,' Robert Cray; 'Slippin' In,' Buddy Guy; 'Blue Night,' Percy Sledge. more

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Traditional folk album: 'While Passing Along This Way,' Norman & Nancy Blake; 'South Coast,' Ramblin' Jack Elliott; 'Then And Now,' Ali Akbar Khan; 'The Oak And The Laurel,' Laurie Lewis & Tom Rozum; 'From...Another Time & Place,' Dave Van Ronk. Contemporary folk album: 'The Long Black Veil,' The Chieftains; 'MTV Unplugged,' Bob Dylan; 'Train A Comin',' Steve Earle; 'Wrecking Ball,' Emmylou Harris; 'Lost Dogs & Mixed Blessings,' John Prine. Reggae album: 'Rasta Business,' Burning Spear; 'Free Like We Want 2 B,' Ziggy Marley And The Melody Makers; 'Boombastic,' Shaggy; 'Hi- Bop Ska! The 30th Anniversary Recording,' Skatalites; 'Live It Up,' Third World. World music album: 'Boheme,' Deep Forest; 'Cesaria Evora,' Cesaria Evora; 'Firin' In Fouta,' Baaba Maal; 'Raga Aberi,' Shankar with Zakir Hussain & Vikku Vinayakram; 'The Splendid Master Gnawa Musicians Of Morocco,' The Splendid Master Gnawa Musicians of Morocco featuring Randy Weston. Polka album: 'Better Than Ever,' Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones; 'Polkas For A Gloomy World,' Brave Combo; 'For Old Times Sake,' Lenny Golmulka & Chicago Push; 'Happiness Is Polkas and Waltzes With Walter Ostanek & Friends,' Walter Ostanek; 'I Love To Polka,' Jimmy Sturr. Musical album for children: 'Sleepy Time Lullabys,' Barbara Bailey Hutchison; 'Papa's Dream,' Los Lobos with Lalo Guerrero; 'John McCutcheon's Four Seasons: Summersongs,' John McCutcheon; 'Pocahontas Sing-Along,' original cast; 'Winnie The Pooh's Take My Hand,' various artists. Spoken word album for children: 'Follow The Drinking Gourd,' Morgan Freeman; 'Why The Dog Chases The Cat: Great Animal Stories,' David Holt & Bill Mooney; 'The Diary Of A Young Girl,' Winona Ryder; 'Prokofiev: Peter And The Wolf,' Patrick Stewart; 'John Henry,' Denzel Washington. Spoken word or non-musical album: 'Guy Noir: Radio Private Eye,' Garrison Keillor; 'I Am Spock,' Leonard Nimoy; 'Long Walk To Freedom, ' Danny Glover; 'Phenomenal Woman,' Maya Angelou. Spoken comedy album: 'Crank Calls,' Jonathan Winters; 'Funk It,' Martin Lawrence; 'Games Rednecks Play,' Jeff Foxworthy; 'God's Other Son,' Don Imus; 'In Goddess We Trust,' Judy Tenuta. Musical show album: 'Anyone Can Whistle: Live At Carnegie Hall,' various artists; 'Hello Dolly!,' 1994 cast with Carol Channing; 'How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying!,' Matthew Broderick and the new Broadway cast; 'Kiss Of the Spider Woman,' new Broadway cast with Vanessa Williams; 'Smokey Joe's Cafe: The Songs of Leiber and Stoller,' original Broadway cast. Instrumental composition: 'Homage Part I,' Billy Taylor; 'New Life,' Chick Corea; 'Tales,' Marcus Miller, Allen Toussaint; 'The Starry Night,' Billy Childs; 'A View From The Side,' Bill Holman. Instrumental composition written for a motion picture: 'Batman Forever,' Elliot Goldenthal; 'Buggy Ride (from Joe Cool's Blues),' Wynton Marsalis; 'Crimson Tide,' Hans Zimmer; 'The Cure,' Dave Grusin; 'Main Title From 'Ed Wood,'' Howard Shore. Song written for motion picture or television: 'Colors Of The Wind' from 'Pocahontas,' Alan Menken, Stephen Schwartz; 'Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman' from 'Don Juan DeMarco,' Bryan Adams, Michael Kamen, Robert John 'Mutt' Lange; 'Love Me Still' from 'Clockers,' Bruce Hornsby; 'Someone To Love' from 'Bad Boys,' Babyface; 'Whatever You Might Imagine' from 'The Pagemaster,' James Horner, Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil. Instrumental arrangement: 'Atras Da Porta,' Jorge Calandrelli; 'Come Together,' Marcus Miller; 'Cookin' At The Continental,' Michael Abene; 'Lament,' Robert Farnon; 'Manha de Carnaval,' Jorge Calandrelli. Instrumental arrangement with vocals: 'Alegria,' Rene Dupere; 'Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo,' Bobby McFerrin; 'I Get A Kick Out Of You,' Rob McConnell; ''Round Midnight,' Jeremy Lubbock; 'Stormy Monday Blues,' Tom Scott. Recording package (art director's award): 'Mirror Ball,' Gary Burden; 'Turbulent Indigo,' Robbie Cavolina, Joni Mitchell; 'Mountains of Madness,' Stefan Sagemeister; 'This Is Fort Apache,' Tim Stedman; 'Vitalogy,' Joel Zimmerman. Recording package, boxed (art director's award): 'Soup,' Blind Melon, Jeffrey Fey, Chris Jones, Tommy Steele; 'Alternative,' Mark Farrow; 'Pulse,' Storm Thorgerson; 'Box Of Fire,' Allen Weinberg; 'Civilization Phaze III,' Frank Zappa, Gail Zappa. Album notes (writer's award): 'The Complete Stax/Volt Soul Singles, Vol. 3: 1972-1975,' Rob Bowman; 'Ella: The Legendary Decca Recordings, ' Geoffrey Mark Fidelman, James Gavin; '25th Anniversary Retrospective,' John Fricke; 'I'll Be Seeing You: A Tribute To Carmen McRae,' Dan Morgenstern; 'Let's Do It: Best Of The Verve Years,' Dan Morgenstern. Historical album: 'John Coltrane: The Heavyweight Champion: The Complete Atlantic Recordings,' 'Live At The BBC,' 'The R&B Box: 30 Years of Rhythm & Blues,' 'Early Ellington: The Complete Brunswick and Vocalion Recordings of Duke Ellington, 1926-1931,' 'The Heifetz Collection. more

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Best engineered album, non-classical: 'Afterglow,' Al Schmitt; 'Astro-Creep: 2000 Songs of Love, Destruction And Other Synthetic Delusions of the Electric Head,' Terry Date, Ulrich Wild; 'Hell Freezes Over,' Rob Jacobs, Elliot Scheiner; 'HIStory: Past, Present And Future Book I,' Bruce Swedien; 'Wildflowers,' Dav Bianco, Richard Dodd, Stephen McLaughlin, Jim Scott. Producer of the year: Babyface, Glen Ballard, Rick Chertoff, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Rick Rubin. Best engineered recording, classical: 'Bartok: Concerto for Orchestra: Kossuth Symphonic Poem,' Michael Mailes, Jonathan Stokes; 'The Lily & The Lamb (Chant & Polyphony From Medieval England),' William Hoekstra, Larry Rock; 'Prokofiev: Alexander Nevsky,' Tony Faulkner; 'The Typewriter: Leroy Anderson Favorites,' William Hoekstra, Larry Rock. Classical producer of the year: Andrew Cornall, Steven Epstein, John Fraser, Jay David Saks, Michael Woolcock. Classical album: 'bartok: Divertimento: Dance Suite Etc.,' Pierre Boulez conducting Chicago Symphony Orchestra; 'Berlioz: Les Troyens,' Charles Dutoit conductingMontreal Symphony Orchestra; 'Debussy: La Mer, Nocturnes, Jeux Etc.,' Pierre Boulez conducting Cleveland Orchestra; 'Music For Queen Mary,' Martin Neary conducting London Concort and Westminster Abbey Choir; 'Prokofiev/Shostakovich: Violin Concertos No. 1,' Mstislav Rostropovich conducting Maxim Vengerov and London Symphony Orchestra. Orchestral performance: 'Bartok: Divertimento, Dance Suite Etc.,' Pierre Boulez conducting Chicago Symphony Orchestra; 'Debussy: La Mer,' Pierre Boulez conducting Cleveland Orchestra; 'Elgar: Enigma Variations, Falstaff, Grania and Diarmid,' Simon Rattle conducting City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; 'Hindemith: Mathis Der Maler Symphony,' Wolfgang Sawallisch conducting Philadelphia Orchestra; 'Shostakovich: Symphony No. 8,' Andre Previn conducting London Symphony Orchestra. Opera recording: 'Berlioz: Les Troyens,' soloists Gary Lakes, Francoise Pollet, Gino Quilioc, Deborah Voigt, conductor Charles Dutoit; 'Borodin: Prince Igor,' soloists Olga Borodina, Nikolai Gassiev, Galina Gorchakova, Gegam Grigorian, Mikhail Kit, Bulat Minjelkiev, Vladimir Ognovienko, conductor Valery Gergiev; 'Mozart: Don Giovanni,' soloists Julian Clarkson, Ildebrando D'Arcangelo, Rodney Gilfry, Eirian James, Charlotte Margiono, Luba Orgonasova, Christoph Pregardien, Andrea Silvestrelli, conductor John Eliot Cardiner; 'Mozart: La Clemenza Di Tito,' soloists Cecilia Bartoli, Barbara Bonney, Gilles Cachemaille, Uwe Heilmann, Della Jones, Diana Montague, conductor Christopher Hogwood; 'Rossini: Tancredi,' soloists Anna Maria di Micco, Sumi Jo, Lucretia Lendi, Stanford Olsen, Ewa Podles, Pietro Spagnoli, conductor Alberto Zedda. Choral performance: 'Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem,' Herbert Blomstedt conducting San Francisco Symphony and Chorus; 'Evocation Of The Spirit,' Robert Shaw directing Robert Shaw Festival Singers; 'Hildegard Von Bingen: Canticles of Ecstasy,' Barbara Thornton directing Sequentia; 'Prokofiev: Alexander Nevsky,' Yuri Temirkanov conducting St. Petersburg Philharmonic and Chamber Choir of St. Petersburg; 'Verdi: Requiem, Quattro Pezzi Sacri,' John Eliot Gardiner conducting Orchestra Revolutionnaire et Romantique and Monteverdi Choir. ) Instrumental soloists with orchestra: 'The American Album,' Itzhak Perlman; 'Chopin: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 2 in F Minor, Op. 21,' Maria Joao Pires; 'Messiaen: Concert A Quatre,' Catherine Cantin, flute, Heinz Holliger, oboe, Yvonne Loriod, piano, Mstislav Rostropovich, violoncelle; 'Prokofiev: Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 3,' Evgeny Kissin; 'Prokofiev/Shostakovich: Violin Concertos No. 1,' Maxim Vengerov. Instrumental soloist without orchestra: 'Bach: Goldberg Variations,' Konstantin Lifschitz; 'Beethoven: Piano Sonatas Op. 31,' Stephen Kovacevich; 'Chopin: 4 Ballades,' Murray Perahia; 'Chopin Vol. 2: Sonatas No. 3, Mazurkas,' Evgeny Kissin; 'Schubert: Piano Sonatas,' Radu Lupu. Chamber music performance: 'Brahms/Beethoven/Mozart: Clarinet Trios, ' Emanuel Ax, Yo-Yo Ma, Richard Stoltzman; 'Haydn: The Seven Last Words of Christ,' Vermeer String Quartet; 'Janacek: String Quartets Nos. 1 & 2,' Alban Berg Quartet; 'Shostakovich: String Quartets Nos. 3, 5 & 7,' St. Petersburg String Quartet; 'Webern: Works For String Quartet,' Emerson String Quartet. Classical vocal performance: 'The Echoing Air: The Music Of Henry Purcell,' Sylvia McNair; 'Mussorgsky Songs,' Sergie, Leiferkus; 'Roberto Alagna: Operatic Arias,' Roberto Alagna; 'Schumann: Dichterliebe, Liederkreis Op. 24, Heine-Lieder,' WolfgangHolzmair; 'The Vagabond,' Bryn Terfel. Classical contemporary compositions: 'Adams: Chamber Symphony,' John Adams; 'Ligeti: Concerto for Violin & Orchestra,' Gyorgy Ligeti; 'Messiaen: Concert A Quatre,' Olivier Messiaen; 'Schuller: Of Reminiscences and Reflections,' Gunther Schuller; 'Zwillich: Symphony No. 3,' Ellen Taaffe Zwilich. Music video, short form: 'It's Oh So Quiet,' Bjork; 'Dis Is Da Drum,' Herbie Hancock; 'Scream,' Michael Jackson & Janet Jackson; 'What Would You Say,' Dave Matthews Band; 'Famine,' Sinead O'Connor. Music video, long form: 'Secret World Live,' Peter Gabriel; 'The Line, The Cross & The Curve,' Kate Bush; 'Saltimbanco,' Cirque Du Soleil; 'The Planets,' Charles Dutiot conducting the Montreal Symphony Orchestra; '333,' Green Jelly; 'Where'd You Hide The Body,' James McMurtry.

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