LOS ANGELES (AP) _ Here is a list of the winners Tuesday at the 29th annual Grammy Awards presentation at the Shrine Auditorium.

ALBUM OF THE YEAR: ''Graceland,'' Paul Simon.

RECORD OF THE YEAR: ''Higher Love,'' Steve Winwood.

SONG OF THE YEAR: ''That's What Friends Are For,'' Burt Bacharach and Carol Bayer Sager.

MALE ROCK VOCAL: ''Addicted to Love,'' Robert Palmer.

JAZZ VOCAL PERFORMANCE, MALE: ''Round Midnight,'' Bobby McFerrin.

CLASSICAL ALBUM: ''Horowitz: The Studio Recordings, New York 1985,'' Vladimir Horowitz.

FEMALE POP VOCAL PERFORMANCE: ''The Broadway Album,'' Barbra Streisand.

MALE POP VOCAL PERFORMANCE: ''Higher Love,'' Steve Winwood.

FEMALE R&B VOCAL: ''Rapture,'' Anita Baker.

MALE R&B VOCAL: ''Living in America,'' James Brown.

NEW ARTIST: Bruce Hornsby and the Range.

PRODUCER, NON-CLASSICAL: Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.

COUNTRY VOCAL PERFORMANCE, MALE: ''Lost in the Fifties Tonight,'' Ronnie Milsap.

FEMALE SOUL GOSPEL PERFORMANCE: ''I Surrender All,'' Deniece Williams.

GROUP R&B VOCAL: ''Kiss,'' Prince and the Revolution.

R&B INSTRUMENTAL: ''And You Know That,'' Yellowjackets.

R&B SONG: ''Sweet Love,'' Anita Baker.

COUNTRY VOCAL PERFORMANCE, FEMALE: ''Whoever's in New England,'' Reba McEntire.

COUNTRY VOCAL PERFORMANCE, BY A DUO OR GROUP WITH VOCAL: ''Grandpa (Tell Me About the Good Old Days),'' The Judds.

COUNTRY INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE: ''Raisin' the Dickins,'' Ricky Skaggs.

COUNTRY SONG: ''Grandpa (Tell Me About the Good Old Days)''.

GOSPEL PERFORMANCE, FEMALE: ''Morning Like This,'' Sandi Patti.

GOSPEL PERFORMANCE, MALE: ''Triumph,'' Philip Bailey.

GOSPEL VOCAL PERFORMANCE, BY A DUO OR GROUP, CHOIR OR CHORUS: ''They Say,'' Sandi Patti and Deniece Williams.

MALE SOUL GOSPEL PERFORMANCE: ''Going Away,'' Al Green.

GROUP SOUL GOSPEL PERFORMANCE: ''Choose Ye,'' Winans with Vanessa Bell Armstrong.

GROUP POP VOCAL: ''That's What Friends Are For,'' Dionne Warwick and Friends.

POP INSTRUMENTAL: ''Top Gun Theme,'' Harold Faltermeyer & Steve Stevens.

NEW AGE RECORDING: ''Down To the Moon,'' Andreas Vollenweider.

JAZZ FUSION PERFORMANCE VOCAL OR INSTRUMENTAL: ''Double Vision,'' Bob James and David Sanborn.

JAZZ VOCAL PERFORMANCE, FEMALE: ''Timeless,'' Diane Schuur.

JAZZ VOCAL PERFORMANCE, DUO OR GROUP: ''Free Fall,'' 2+2 Plus.

JAZZ INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE, SOLOIST: ''Tutu,'' Miles Davis.

JAZZ INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE, GROUP: ''J Mood,'' Wynton Marsalis.

JAZZ INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE, BIG BAND: ''The Tonight Show Band with Doc Severinsen,'' The Tonight Show Band with Doc Severinsen.

LATIN POP PERFORMANCE: ''Lelolai,'' Jose Feliciano.

TROPICAL LATIN PERFORMANCE: ''Escenas,'' Ruben Blades.

MEXICAN AMERICAN PERFORMANCE: ''Ay Te Dejo En San Antonio,'' Flaco Jimenez.

TRADITIONAL BLUES RECORDING: ''Showdown 3/8,'' Albert Collins, Robert Cray and Johnny Copeland.

TRADITIONAL FOLK RECORDING: ''Riding the Midnight Train,'' Doc Watson.

CONTEMPORARY FOLK RECORDING: ''Tribute to Steve Goodman,'' various.

POLKA RECORDING: (tie) ''Another Polka Celebration,'' Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones; ''I Remember Warsaw,'' Jimmy Sturr & His Orchestra.

REGGAE RECORDING: ''Babylon the Bandit,'' Steel Pulse.

CHILDREN'S RECORDING: ''The Alphabet,'' Sesame Street Muppets.

COMEDY RECORDING: ''Those of You With or Without Children, You'll Understand,'' Bill Cosby.

SPOKEN WORD OR NON-MUSICAL RECORDING: ''Interviews from the Class of '55- Recording Sessions,'' various.

CAST SHOW ALBUM: ''Follies in Concert.''

INSTRUMENTAL COMPOSITION: ''Out of Africa-Soundtrack,'' John Barry.

ARRANGEMENT OF AN INTRUMENTAL: ''Suite Memories,'' Patrick Williams.

INSTRUMENTAL ARRANGEMENT ACCOMPANYING VOCAL: ''Somewhere,'' Barbra Streisand, David Foster.

ALBUM PACKAGE: ''Tutu.''

ALBUM NOTES: ''The Voice: The Columbia Years 1943-1952.''

HISTORICAL ALBUM: ''Atlantic Rhythm and Blues 1947-1974 Vols. 1-7.''

ENGINEERED RECORDING, NON-CLASSICAL: ''Back in the High Life,'' Tm Lord Alge, Jason Corsaro.

SHORT MUSIC VIDEO: ''Dire Straits: Brothers in Arms,'' Dire Straits.

MUSIC VIDEO, LONG FORM: ''Bring on the Night,'' Sting.

FEMALE ROCK VOCAL: ''Back Where You Started,'' Tina Turner.

GROUP ROCK VOCAL: ''Missionary Man,'' Eurythmics.

ROCK INSTRUMENTAL: ''Peter Gunn,'' Art of Noise.

CLASSICAL ORCHESTRAL RECORDING: ''Liszt: A Faust Symphony,'' Sir Georg Solti conducting Chicago Symphony.

OPERA RECORDING: ''Bernstein: Candide,'' John Mauceri conducting New York City Opera Chorus and Orchestra.

CHORAL PERFORMANCE (other than opera): ''Orff: Carmina Burana,'' James Levine conducting Chicago Symphony Chorus and Orchestra.

CLASSICAL PERFORMANCE: Instrumental soloist or soloists (with or without an orchestra): ''Horowitz: The Studio Recordings, New York 1985,'' Vladimir Horowitz.

CHAMBER MUSIC PERFORMANCE: ''Beethoven: Cello and Piano Sonata No. 4 on C and Variations,'' Yo-Yo Ma and Emanuel Ax.

CLASSICAL VOCAL SOLOIST PERFORMANCE: ''Mozart: Kathleen Battle Sings Mozart,'' Kathleen Battle.

CONTEMPORARY COMPOSITION: ''Lutoslawski: Symphony No. 3,'' Witold Lutoslawski.

ENGINEERED RECORDING, CLASSICAL: ''Horowitz: The Studio Recordings, New York 1985,'' Paul Goodman.

CLASSICAL PRODUCER OF THE YEAR: Thomas Frost.