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List of 35th Annual Grammy Nominations With PM-Grammys

January 8, 1993

Undated (AP) _ Nominees for the 35th annual Grammy Awards:

1. RECORD OF THE YEAR: ″Tears in Heaven,″ Eric Clapton; ″Achy Breaky Heart,″ Billy Ray Cyrus; ″Constant Craving,″ k.d. lang; ″Save the Best for Last,″ Vanessa Williams; ″Beauty and the Beast,″ Celine Dion and Peabo Bryson.

2. ALBUM OF THE YEAR: ″Unplugged,″ Eric Clapton; ″Ingenue,″ k.d. lang; ″Diva,″ Annie Lennox; ″Achtung Baby,″ U2; ″Beauty and the Beast,″ various artists.

3. SONG OF THE YEAR: ″Tears in Heaven,″ Eric Clapton; ″Achy Breaky Heart,″ Billy Ray Cyrus; ″Beauty and the Beast,″ Celine Dion and Peabo Bryson; ″Constant Craving,″ k.d. lang; ″Save the Best for Last,″ Vanessa Williams.

4. NEW ARTIST: Arrested Development, Billy Ray Cyrus, Sophie B. Hawkins, Kriss Kross, Jon Secada.

5. POP VOCAL, FEMALE: ″MTV Unplugged EP,″ Mariah Carey; ″Celine Dion,″ Celine Dion; ″Constant Craving,″ k.d. lang; ″Diva,″ Annie Lennox; ″Save the Best for Last,″ Vanessa Williams.

6. POP VOCAL, MALE: ″Tears in Heaven,″ Eric Clapton; ″Us,″ Peter Gabriel; ″Black or White,″ Michael Jackson; ″The One,″ Elton John; ″Joshua Judges Ruth,″ Lyle Lovett.

7. POP VOCAL, DUO OR GROUP: ″Beauty and the Beast,″ Celine Dion and Peabo Bryson; ″I Can’t Dance,″ Genesis; ″Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me,″ George Michael and Elton John; ″Diamonds and Pearls,″ Prince and the New Power Generation; ″Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough,″ Patty Smyth and Don Henley.

8. TRADITIONAL POP VOCAL: ″Perfectly Frank,″ Tony Bennett; ″Girl Singer,″ Rosemary Clooney; ″Michael Feinstein Sings the Jule Styne Songbook,″ Michael Feinstein; ″Late Night at the Cafe Carlyle,″ Bobby Short; ″With My Lover Beside Me,″ Nancy Wilson.

9. POP INSTRUMENTAL: ″Tahitian Skies,″ The Chieftains with Chet Atkins; ″Twenty Nine-Five,″ Bruce Hornsby-Branford Marsalis; ″Cool,″ Bob James and Earl Klugh; ″Beauty and the Beast,″ the Nurenberg Symphony Orchestra.

10. ROCK VOCAL, FEMALE: ″Ain’t It Heavy,″ Melissa Etheridge; ″Shot of Poison,″ Lita Ford; ″It Won’t Be Long,″ Alison Moyet; ″Rockinghorse,″ Alannah Myles; ″The Bitch Is Back,″ Tina Turner.

11. ROCK VOCAL, MALE: ″There Will Never be Another Tonight,″ Bryan Adams; ″Unplugged,″ Eric Clapton; ″Life Is a Highway,″ Tom Cochrane; ″Digging in the Dirt,″ Peter Gabriel; ″The Fire Inside,″ Bob Seger; ″Human Touch,″ Bruce Springsteen.

12. ROCK VOCAL, DUO OR GROUP: ″Free Your Mind,″ En Vogue; ″Little Village,″ Little Village; ″Kiko,″ Los Lobos; ″Under the Bridge,″ Red Hot Chili Peppers; ″Achtung Baby,″ U2.

13, HARD ROCK PERFORMANCE: ″Dirt,″ Alice in Chains; ″Angel Dust,″ Faith No More; ″Live and Let Die,″ Guns N’ Roses; ″Smells Like Teen Spirit,″ Nirvana; ″Jeremy,″ Pearl Jam; ″Give it Away,″ Red Hot Chili Peppers. 14. METAL PERFORMANCE, WITH VOCAL: ″In the Meantime,″ Helmet; ″Countdown to Extinction,″ Megadeth; ″N.W.O.″ Ministry; ″Wish,″ Nine Inch Nails; ″Into the Void,″ Soundgarden.

15. ROCK INSTRUMENTAL: ″Hound Dog,″ Jeff Beck and Jed Leiber; ″Bring ’Em Back Alive,″ Dixie Dregs; ″Gypsy-Grajonca,″ Santana; ″The Extremist,″ Joe Satriani; ″Little Wing,″ Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble.

16. ROCK SONG: ″Layla,″ Eric Clapton; ″Digging in the Dirt,″ Peter Gabriel; ″Smells Like Teen Spirit,″ Nirvana; ″Jeremy,″ Pearl Jam; ″Human Touch,″ Bruce Springsteen.

17. ALTERNATIVE MUSIC ALBUM: ″Good Stuff,″ The B-52′s; ″Wish,″ The Cure; ″Your Arsenal,″ Morrissey; ″Bone Machine,″ Tom Waits; ″Nonsuch,″ XTC.

18. RHYTHM AND BLUES VOCAL, FEMALE: ″Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me,″ Oleta Adams; ″I Belong to You,″ Whitney Houston; ″The Woman I Am,″ Chaka Khan; ″I Love Your Smile,″ Shanice; ″The Comfort Zone,″ Vanessa Williams.

19. RHYTHM AND BLUES VOCAL, MALE: ″Humpin’ Around,″ Bobby Brown; ″Lost in the Night,″ Peabo Bryson; ″T.E.V.I.N.″ Tevin Campbell; ″Jam,″ Michael Jackson; ″Heaven and Earth,″ Al Jarreau.

20. RHYTHM AND BLUES VOCAL, DUO OR GROUP: ″People Everyday,″ Arrested Development; ″End of the Road,″ Boyz II Men; ″I’ll Be There,″ Mariah Carey and Trey Lorenz; ″Funky Divas,″ En Vogue; ″The Best Things in Life Are Free,″ Luther Vandross and Janet Jackson.

21. RHYTHM AND BLUES INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE: ″Big Idea,″ The Brecker Brothers; ″Doo-Bop,″ Miles Davis; ″Just the Way I Feel,″ George Howard; ″Mood,″ Soul II Soul; ″Summer Chill,″ Grover Washington Jr.

22. RHYTHM AND BLUES SONG: ″End of the Road,″ Boyz II Men; ″I’ll Be There,″ Mariah Carey and Trey Lorenz; ″My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It),″ En Vogue; ″Jam,″ Michael Jackson; ″Ain’t 2 Proud 2 Beg,″ TLC.

23. RAP SOLO PERFORMANCE: ″Addams Groove,″ Hammer; ″Strictly Business,″ L.L. Cool J; ″You Gotta Believe,″ Marky Mark; ″Latifah’s Had it Up 2 Here,″ Queen Latifah; ″Baby Got Back,″ Sir Mix-A-Lot.

24. RAP PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP: ″Tennessee,″ Arrested Development; ″Check Your Head,″ Beastie Boys; ″Jump Around,″ House of Pain; ″Jump,″ Kris Kross; ″Greatest Misses,″ Public Enemy.

25. NEW AGE ALBUM: ″Shepherd Moons,″ Enya; ″Dream,″ Kitaro; ″Esperanto,″ Shadowfax; ″Rockoon,″ Tangerine Dream; ″Dare to Dream,″ Yanni.

26. CONTEMPORARY JAZZ PERFORMANCE: ″Back Roads,″ Bob Berg; ″Return of the Brecker Brothers,″ The Brecker Brothers; ″Secret Story,″ Pat Metheny; ″One Music,″ Bob Mintzer; ″Upfront,″ David Sanborn.

27. JAZZ VOCAL PERFORMANCE: ″Here’s to Life,″ Shirley Horn; ″You Gotta Pay the Band,″ Abbey Lincoln; ‴Round Midnight,″ Bobby McFerrin; ″All the Way,″ Jimmy Scott; ″I’m Always Chasing Rainbows,″ Take 6.

28. JAZZ INSTRUMENTAL SOLO: ″Above and Below,″ Randy Brecker; ″Fantasy,″ Miles Davis; ″Soul Eyes,″ Stan Getz and Kenny Barron; ″Lush Life,″ Joe Henderson; ″Blue Interlude,″ Wynton Marsalis.

29. JAZZ INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE, INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP: ″Benny Rides Again,″ Eddie Daniels and Gary Burton; ″Haunted Heart,″ Charlie Haden Quartet West; ″Lush Life,″ Joe Henderson; ″I Heard You Twice the First Time,″ Branford Marsalis; ″I Remember Clifford,″ Arturo Sandoval.

30. LARGE JAZZ ENSEMBLE PERFORMANCE: ″Carnegie Hall Concert,″ Toshiko Akiyoshi Jazz Orchestra; ″Harlem Renaissance,″ The Benny Carter Big Band and the Rutgers University Orchestra; ″GRP All-Star Big Band,″ GRP All-Star Big Band; ″Brassy and Sassy,″ Rob McConnell and The Boss Brass; ″The Turning Point,″ McCoy Tyner Big Band.

31. COUNTRY VOCAL PERFORMANCE, FEMALE: ″I Feel Lucky,″ Mary-Chapin Carpenter; ″Wynonna,″ Wynonna Judd; ″The Greatest Man I Never Knew,″ Reba McEntire; ″Something in Red,″ Lorrie Morgan; ″Maybe It Was Memphis,″ Pam Tillis.

32. COUNTRY VOCAL PERFORMANCE, MALE: ″The Chase,″ Garth Brooks; ″Achy Breaky Heart,″ Billy Ray Cyrus; ″I Still Believe in You,″ Vince Gill; ″Better Class of Losers,″ Randy Travis; ″Lord Have Mercy on the Working Man,″ Travis Tritt.

33. COUNTRY PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP WITH VOCAL: ″American Pride,″ Alabama; ″Boot Scootin’ Boogie,″ Brooks and Dunn; ″Emmylou Harris and The Nash Ramblers at The Ryman,″ Emmylou Harris and The Nash Ramblers; ″Only Daddy That’ll Walk the Line,″ The Kentucky Headhunters; ″When She Cries,″ Restless Heart.

34. COUNTRY VOCAL COLLABORATION: ″Not too Much to Ask,″ Mary-Chapin Carpenter and Joe Diffie; ″Killybegs,″ The Chieftains and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band; ″Whatcha Gonna Do With a Cowboy,″ Chris LeDoux and Garth Brooks; ″The Whiskey Ain’t Workin’,″ Travis Tritt and Marty Stuart; ″Tell Me About It,″ Tanya Tucker and Delbert McClinton.

35. COUNTRY INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE: ″Black and White Rag,″ Live and Kickin’; ″Sneakin’ Around,″ Chet Atkins and Jerry Reed; ″Cotton-Eyed Joe,″ The Chieftains with Ricky Skaggs; ″Ride the Wild Turkey,″ Jerry Douglas; ″Scotland,″ Emmylou Harris and the Nash Ramblers.

36. BLUEGRASS ALBUM: ″Larry Cordle, Glen Duncan and Lonesome Standard Time,″ Larry Cordle, Glen Duncan and Lonesome Standard Time; ″Slide Rule,″ Jerry Douglas; ″Bluegrass Reunion,″ David Grisman, Herb Pedersen, Red Allen, Jim Buchanan, James Kerwin and Jerry Garcia; ″Every Time You Say Goodbye,″ Alison Krauss & Union Station; ″Scene 20 - 20th Anniversary Concert,″ The Seldom Scene.

37. COUNTRY SONG: ″I Feel Lucky,″ Mary-Chapin Carpenter; ″Achy Breaky Heart,″ Billy Ray Cyrus; ″I Still Believe in You,″ Vince Gill; ″She Is His Only Need,″ Wynonna Judd; ″The Greatest Man I Never Saw,″ Reba McEntire.

38. ROCK-CONTEMPORARY GOSPEL ALBUM: ″A Friend Like You,″ Geoff Moore and The Distance; ″Not Ashamed,″ Newsboys; ″Unseen Power,″ Petra; ″Pray for Rain,″ Pray for Rain; ″Tales of Wonder,″ White Heart.

39. POP GOSPEL ALBUM: ″Angels of Mercy,″ Susan Ashton; ″Addicted to Jesus,″ Carman; ″The Great Adventure,″ Steven Curtis Chapman; ″I Choose Joy,″ Larnelle Harris; ″Faith, Hope and Love,″ Mylon LeFevre.

40. SOUTHERN GOSPEL ALBUM: ″Sometimes Miracles Hide,″ Bruce Carroll; ″Camp Meeting Live,″ The Cathedrals; ″Pickin’ the Best - Live,″ Jeff and Sheri Easter; ″Live,″ The Florida Boys; ″70th Anniversary Celebration,″ The Speers.

41. TRADITIONAL SOUL GOSPEL ALBUM, SOLO, DUO OR GROUP: ″He’s Working It Out For You,″ Shirley Caesar; ″Standing in the Safety Zone,″ Fairfield Four; ″Steppin’ Out,″ Gospel Hummingbirds; ″Live,″ Albertina Walker; ″For the Rest of My Life,″ Mom & Pop Winans.

42. CONTEMPORARY SOUL GOSPEL ALBUM, SOLO, DUO OR GROUP: ″When the Music Stops,″ Daryl Coley; ″Love is Reality,″ Al Green; ″Testimony,″ The Richard Smallwood Singers; ″Handel’s Messiah - A Soulful Celebration,″ Various Artists; ″The Lady,″ Vickie Winans.

43. GOSPEL ALBUM, CHOIR OR CHORUS: ″African Children’s Choir - Live 3/8 in Concert,″ African Children’s Choir; ″Only to Him,″ The Brooklyn Tabernacle Singers; ″With All of My Heart,″ Sandra Crouch and Friends; ″Edwin Hawkins Music & Arts Seminar Mass Choir - Recorded Live in Los Angeles,″ Music & Arts Seminar Mass Choir; ″Never Let Go of His Hand,″ Rev. Lawrence Thomison and the Music City Mass Choir.

44. LATIN POP ALBUM, VOCAL OR INSTRUMENTAL: ″Agua Nueva,″ Christian; ″Calor,″ Julio Iglesias; ″Romance,″ Luis Miguel; ″Ave Fenix,″ Raphael; ″El Puma En Ritmo,″ Jose Luis Rodriguez; ″Otro Dia Mas Sin Verte,″ Jon Secada.

45.TROPICAL LATIN ALBUM, VOCAL OR INSTRUMENTAL: ″Soy Dichoso,″ Ray Barretto; ″Amor Y Control,″ Ruben Blades; ″Tributo A Ismael Rivera,″ Celia Cruz; ″Gracias,″ El Gran Combo; ″Frenesi,″ Linda Ronstadt.

46. MEXICAN-AMERICAN ALBUM, VOCAL OR INSTRUMENTAL: ″Un Nuevo Comienzo,″ Los Diablos; ″Con Sentimiento Y Sabor,″ Los Tigres Del Norte; ″Unsung Highways,″ Emilio Navaira; ″Mas Canciones,″ Linda Ronstadt; ″I Love My Freedom, I Love My Texas,″ Mingo Saldivary Sus Tremendos Cuatro Espadas.

47. TRADITIONAL BLUES ALBUM, VOCAL OR INSTRUMENTAL: ″Someone to Love,″ Charles Brown; ″No Looking Back,″ Clarence ‘Gatemouth’ Brown; ″Goin’ Back to New Orleans,″ Dr. John; ″Got Love If You Want It,″ John Hammond; ″Roots of Rhythm and Blues: A Tribute to the Robert Johnson Era,″ Various Artists.

48. CONTEMPORARY BLUES ALBUM, VOCAL OR INSTRUMENTAL: ″I Was Warned,″ Robert Cray; ″Robben Ford & The Blue Line,″ Robben Ford & The Blue Line; ″The Right Time,″ Etta James; ″Peace to the Neighborhood,″ Pop Staples; ″The Sky is Crying,″ Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble.

49. TRADITIONAL FOLK ALBUM, VOCAL OR INSTRUMENTAL: ″Just Gimme Somethin’ I’m Used To,″ Norman and Nancy Blake; ″An Irish Evening Live at the Grand Opera House, Belfast with Roger Daltrey & Nanci Griffith,″ The Chieftains; ″Grandfather’s Greatest Hits,″ David Holt; ″A Cathedral Concert,″ Le Mystere Des Voix Bulgares; ″Le Trio Cadien,″ D.L. Menard, Eddie LeJeune and Ken Smith.

50. CONTEMPORARY FOLK ALBUM, VOCAL OR INSTRUMENTAL: ″Play Me Backwards,″ Joan Baez; ″The Criminal Under My Own Hat,″ T Bone Burnett; ″Another Country,″ The Chieftains; ″Rites of Passage,″ Indigo Girls; ″Arkansas Traveler,″ Michelle Shocked.

51. REGGAE ALBUM, VOCAL OR INSTRUMENTAL: ″Breakout,″ Jimmy Cliff; ″X-Tra Naked,″ Shabba Ranks; ″Rastafari Centennial - Live in Paris - Elysee Montmartre,″ Steel Pulse; ″Committed,″ Third World; ″All Over the World,″ Wailing Souls.

52. WORLD MUSIC ALBUM, VOCAL OR INSTRUMENTAL: ″Gipsy King Live,″ Gipsy King; ″Kirya,″ Ofra Haza; ″Brasileiro,″ Serigo Mendes; ″Eyes Open,″ Youssou N’Dour; ″Americas,″ Strunz and Farah.

53. POLKA ALBUM, VOCAL OR INSTRUMENTAL: ″All American Country Flavored Polkas,″ Eddie Blazonczyk’s Versatones; ″Where Were You Back Then,″ Lenny Gomulka and the Chicago Push; ″35th Anniversary,″ Walter Ostanek; ″Sturr- It-Up,″ Jimmy Sturr; ″Happy Polka Days,″ Dick Tady Orchestra.

54. ALBUM FOR CHILDREN: ″Chipmunks In Low Places,″ Alvin & The Chipmunks; ″Snuggle Up - A Gift of Songs for Sweet Dreams,″ J. Aaron Brown, David R. Lehman and Barbara Bailey Hutchinson; ″Woody’s Grow Big Song 1 and 2,″ The Guthrie Family; ″Pete Seeger’s Family Concert,″ Pete Seeger; ″Beauty and the Beast - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.″ Various Artists.

55. COMEDY ALBUM, SPOKEN OR MUSICAL: ″An Evening With George Burns,″ George Burns; ″Naked Beneath My Clothes,″ Rita Rudner; ″P.D.Q. Bach: Music for an Awful lot of Winds and Percussion,″ Prof. Peter Schickele; ″Jonathan Winters is Terminator 3,″ Jonathan Winters; ″Off the Deep End,″ ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic.

56. SPOKEN WORD OR NON-MUSICAL ALBUM: ″Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe,″ Fannie Flagg; ″What You Can do to Avoid AIDS,″ Earvin Magic Johnson; ″Stories,″ Garrison Keillor; ″Devout Catalyst,″ Ken Nordine; ″A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens),″ Patrick Stewart; ″This is Orson Wells,″ Orson Wells and Peter Bogdanovich.

57. MUSICAL SHOW ALBUM: ″The King and I,″ Julie Andrews, Ben Kingsley and others; ″Crazy For You,″ Original Broadway Cast; ″Guys and Dolls - The New Broadway Cast Recording,″ New Broadway Cast; ″Jelly’s Last Jam,″ Original Broadway Cast; ″The Secret Garden - The Original Broadway Cast Album,″ Original Broadway Cast.

58. INSTRUMENTAL COMPOSITION: ″Harlem Renaissance Suite,″ Benny Carter; ″Magic Fingers,″ Bela Fleck and Flecktones; ″Blue Interlude,″ Wynton Marsalis Septet; ″The Truth Will Always Be,″ Pat Metheny; ″Oblivion,″ Ettore Stratta, Royal Philharmonic.

59. INSTRUMENTAL COMPOSITION WRITTEN FOR A MOTION PICTURE OR TELEVISION: ″Rush,″ Eric Clapton; ″Mambo Caliente,″ Arturo Sandoval; ″Theme From Northern Exposure,″ David Schwartz; ″Beauty and the Beast,″ Various Artists; ″Hook,″ Various Artists.

60. SONG WRITTEN SPECIFICALLY FOR A MOTION PICTURE OR FOR TELEVISION: ″Tears in Heaven,″ ″Rush″; ″Beauty and the Beast,″ ″Beauty and the Beast,″; ″Now and Forever,″ ″A League of Their Own″; ″Beautiful Maria of My Soul,″ ″The Mambo Kings″; ″It’s Probably Me,″ ″Lethal Weapon 3.″

61. MUSIC VIDEO, SHORT FORM: ″Free Your Mind,″ En Vogue; ″Digging in the Dirt,″ Peter Gabriel; ″Kiko and the Lavender Moon,″ Los Lobos; ″Church,″ Lyle Lovett; ″What God Wants,″ Roger Waters.

62. MUSIC VIDEO, LONG FORM: ″Classic Visions 5 - Gershwin, D’Albert, Strauss, Honegger,″ Matthias Bamert conducting the Swiss Radio Symphony Orchestra; ″Phallus in Wonderland,″ Gwar; ″Hammerin’ Home,″ Hammer; ″Diva,″ Annie Lennox; ″The Enemy Strikes Live,″ Public Enemy.

63. ARRANGEMENT ON AN INSTRUMENTAL: ″Bennie Moten’s Weird Nightmare,″ Either-Orchestra; ″Airegin,″ GRP All-Star Big Band; ″Strike up the Band,″ Rob McConnell and the Boss Brass; ″Cherokee,″ Arturo Sandoval; ″Values,″ University of North Texas One O’Clock Lab Band.

64. INSTRUMENTAL ARRANGEMENT ACCOMPANYING VOCAL(S): ″Lush Life,″ Eileen Farrell; ″Stella by Starlight,″ Nnenna Freelon; ″Here’s to Life,″ Shirley Horn; ″Guess I’ll Hang My Tears Out to Dry,″ Diane Schuur; ″Why Do the Nations So Furiously Rage?,″ Various Artists.

65. ENGINEERED ALBUM (Non-Classical): ″Out of the Cradle,″ Lindsey Buckingham; ″Dangerous,″ Michael Jackson; ″Ingenue,″ k.d. lang; ″Brasileiro,″ Serges Mendes; ″The Hunter,″ Jennifer Warnes.

66. PRODUCER OF THE YEAR (Non-Classical): Mitchell Froom; Daniel Lanois and Brian Eno; L.A. Reid and Babyface; Teddy Riley; Chris Thomas.

67. ALBUM PACKAGE: ″Spellbound - Compact (Special Package),″ Paula Abdul; ″Queen of Soul - The Atlantic Recordings,″ Aretha Franklin; ″Too Legit to Quit (Special Package),″ Hammer; ″Elvis The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll - The Complete ’50s Masters,″ Elvis Presley; ″99.9 (Special Package),″ Suzanne Vega.

68. ALBUM NOTES: ″The Complete Capitol Recordings of the Nat King Cole Trio,″ Nat King Cole Trio; ″Queen of Soul - The Atlantic Recordings,″ Aretha Franklin; ″Elvis The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll - The Complete ’50s Masters,″ Elvis Presley; ″Roots n’ Blues The Retrospective (1925-1950),″ Various; ″You’re the Top: Cole Porter in the 1930s,″ Various.

69. HISTORICAL ALBUM: ″The Complete Capitol Recordings of the Nat King Cole Trio,″ Nat King Cole; ″Les Paul: The Legend and the Legacy,″ Les Paul; ″Elvis The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll - The Complete ’50s Masters,″ Elvis Presley; ″The Music of Disney - A Legacy in Song,″ Various; ″You’re the Top: Cole Porter in the 1930s,″ Various.

70. CLASSICAL ALBUM: ″Beethoven: Symphony (Complete),″ Nicholas Harnoncourt conducting the Chamber Orchestra of Europe; ″Cecilia Bartoli: Rossini Heroines,″ Ion Marin conducting Orchestra e Coro del Teatro la Fenice; ″Gorecki: Symphony No. 3,″ David Zinman conducting London Sinfonietta; ″Mahler: Symphony No. 9,″ Leonard Bernstein conducting Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra; ″R. Strauss: Die Frau Ohne Schatten,″ Sir Georg Solti conducting Vienna Philharmonic.

71. ORCHESTRAL PERFORMANCE: ″Beethoven: Symphonies (Complete),″ Nicholas Harnoncourt conducting the Chamber Orchestra of Europe; ″Gorecki: Symphony No. 3,″ David Zinman conducting London Sinfonietta; ″Mahler: Symphony No. 9,″ Leonard Bernstein conducting Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra; ″Messiaen: Turangalila Symphonie,″ Myung-Whun Chung conducting Orchestre de l’Opera Bastille; ″Shuman: Symphony No. 10; New England Triptych; American Festival Overture,″ Leonard Slatkin conducting Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra.

72. OPERA RECORDING: ″Handel: Giulio Cesare,″ Rene Jacobs conducting Concerto Koln; ″Janacek: The Cunning Little Vixen,″ Simon Rattle conducting Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden; ″R. Strauss: Die Frau Ohne Schatten,″ Sir Georg Solti conducting Vienna Philharmonic; ″Tchaikovsky: Pique Dame (The Queen of Spades),″ Seiji Ozawa conducting the Boston Symphony Orchestra; ″Wagner: Siegfried,″ James Levine conducting the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.

73. PERFORMANCE OF A CHORAL WORK: ″Handel: Messiah,″ Martin Pearlman conducting Boston Baroque Chorus and Orchestra; ″Haydn: The Seasons,″ John Eliot Gardiner conducting the Monteverdi Choir and the English Baroque Soloists; ″Janacek: Glagolitic Mass,″ Michael Tilson Thomas conducting London Symphony Chorus and Orchestra; ″Mahler: Das Klagende Lied,″ Riccardo Chailly conducting Stadtischer Musikverein Dusseldorf and Radio Symphony Orchestra Berlin; ″Orff: Carmina Burana,″ Herbert Blomstedt conducting San Francisco Girls-Boys Chorus and San Francisco Symphony Orchestra.

74. CLASSICAL PERFORMANCE, INSTRUMENTAL SOLOIST(S) (With Orchestra): ″Bartok: Violin Concerto No. 2 - Moret: En Reve,″ Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin; ″Medtner: Piano Concertos Nos. 1, 2 and 3,″ Geoffrey Tozer, piano; ″Mozart: Piano Concertos Nos. 23 and 24,″ Alicia de Larrocha, piano; ″Prokofiev: Sinfonia Concertante - Tchaikovsky: Variations on a Rococo Theme,″ Yo-Yo Ma, Cello; ″Rachmaninoff: Piano Concertos Nos. 2 and 3,″ Horacio Gutierrez, piano.

75. CLASSICAL PERFORMANCE, INSTRUMENTAL SOLOIST(S) (Without Orchestra): ″Brahms: Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel, Op. 24; 6 Piano Pieces, Op. 118; 2 Rhapsodies, Opus 79,″ Emanuel Ax, piano; ″Horowitz - Discovered Treasures (Chopin, Clementi, Liszt, Scarlatti, Scriabin),″ Vladimir Horowitz, piano; ″Ravel: L’Oeuvre Pour Piano Seul (Complete Works for Piano Solo),″ Jean-Yves Thibaudet, piano; ″Schubert: Fantasie in C and 4 Lieder - Brahms: Fantasien, Opus 116 - Liszt: Ungarische Rhapsodie,″ Yevgeny Kissin, piano; ″Shostakovich: 24 Preludes and Fugues Opus 87,″ Keith Jarrett, piano.

76. CHAMBER MUSIC PERFORMANCE: ″Beethoven: The Late String Quartets (Opuses 127, 130, 131, 132, 133, 135),″ Tokyo String Quartet; ″Brahms: Sonatas for Cello and Piano,″ Yo-Yo Ma and Emanuel Ax; ″Brahms: Sextets, Opus 18 and 36; Theme and Variations,″ Isaac Stern, Cho-Liang Lin, Yo-Yo Ma, Sharon Robinson, Jaime Laredo and Michael Tree; ″Dvorak: Piano Quintets Opus 81 and Opus 5,″ Rudolf Firkusny and the Ridge String Quartet; ″Szymanowski: String Quartets Nos. 1 Opus 37 and 2 Opus 56 -Webern: ‘Langsamer Satz’ for String Quartet,″ Carmina Quartet.

77. CLASSICAL VOCAL PERFORMANCE: ″Cecila Bartoli: Rossini Heroines,″ Cecilia Bartoli, soprano; ″Delius: Sea Drift,″ Thomas Hampson, baritone; ″Kathleen Battle at Carnegie Hall (Handel, Mozart, Liszt, Strauss, Charpentier, etc.),″ Kathleen Battle, soprano; ″Marilyn Horne: Rossini Recital,″ Marilyn Horne, mezzo soprano; ″Wolf: Songs to the Poetry of Goethe and Morike,″ Arleen Auger, soprano.

78. CONTEMPORARY COMPOSITION: ″Barber: The Lovers,″ Samuel Barber; ″Davis: X, The Life and Times of Malcolm X,″ Anthony Davis. ″Lutoslawski: Piano Concerto,″ Witold Lutoslawski; ″Tavener: The Protecting Veil,″ John Tavener; ″Zwilich: Flute Concerto,″ Ellen Taaffe Zwilich.

79. ENGINEERED RECORDING, CLASSICAL: ″Arnold: A Sussex Overture; Beckus The Dandipratt; The Smoke; The Fair Field″; ″Barber: The Lovers; The Prayers of Kierkegaard″; ″Hanson: Mosaics; Piano Concerto in G; Symphonies Nos. 5 and 7″; ″Orff: Carmina Burana″; ″R. Strauss: Die Frau Ohne Schatten″; ″Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring and Pulcinella Suite.″

80. CLASSICAL PRODUCER OF THE YEAR: Andrew Cornall; Steven Epstein; Michael Fine; Thomas Frost; James Mallinson.

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