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.