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Grammy List 1999

Best Female Country Solo Vocal Performance: "Love Still Remains," Emmylou Harris; "This Kiss," Faith Hill; "You're Still The One," Shania Twain; "A Little Past Little Rock," Lee Ann Womack; "There Goes My Baby," Trisha Yearwood.

Male Country Solo Vocal Performance: "Nothin' But The Taillights," Clint Black; "To Make You Feel My Love," Garth Brooks; "If You Ever Have Forever In Mind," Vince Gill; "Holes In The Floor Of Heaven," Steve Wariner.

Best Country Performance By an Established Duo Or Group With Vocal: "How Do You Fall In Love," Alabama; "Wild One," BR5-49; "There's Your Trouble," Dixie Chicks; "Dance The Night Away," The Mavericks; "26 Cents," The Wilkinsons.

Best Country Collaboration With Vocals: "Same Old Train," Clint Black, Joe Diffie, Merle Haggard, Emmylou Harris, Alison Krauss, Patty Loveless, Earl Scruggs, Ricky Skaggs, Marty Stuart, Pam Tillis, Randy Travis, Travis Tritt & Dwight Yoakam; "My Kind Of Woman/My Kind Of Man, " Vince Gill & Patty Loveless; "Just To Hear You Say That You Love Me, " Faith Hill With Tim McGraw; "If You See Him/If You See Her," Reba McEntire And Brooks & Dunn; "Where Your Road Leads," Trisha Yearwood & Garth Brooks.

Best Country Instrumental Performance: "Reuben's Train," Doc & Merle Watson With Sam Bush, Marty Stuart, T. Michael Coleman & Alan O'Bryant; "The Ride," Jerry Douglas With Bela Fleck; "Lonesome Ruben, " Randy Scruggs, Earl Scruggs & Jerry Douglas; "A Soldier's Joy," Randy Scruggs & Vince Gill; "Get Up John," Ricky Skaggs And Kentucky Thunder.

Best Country Song, A Songwriter's Award. (Artists' names appear in parenthesis): "Holes In The Floor Of Heaven," Billy Kirsch & Steve Wariner, songwriters (Steve Wariner); "If You Ever Have Forever In Mind," Vince Gill & Troy Seals, songwriters (Vince Gill); "This Kiss," Beth Nielsen Chapman, Robin Lerner & Annie Roboff, songwriters (Faith Hill); "To Make You Feel My Love," Bob Dylan, songwriter (Garth Brooks); "You're Still The One," Robert John "Mutt" Lange & Shania Twain, songwriters (Shania Twain).

Best Country Album, Award to the Artist, Producer and Recording Engineer and/or Mixer: "Sevens," Garth Brooks, Allen Reynolds, producer, Mark Miller, engineer/mixer; "Wide Open Spaces," Dixie Chicks, Blake Chancey & Paul Worley, producers, John Guess & Eric Legg, engineers/mixers; "Faith," Faith Hill, Byron Gallimore, Faith Hill & Dann Huff, producers, Jeff Balding, Julian King & Chris Lord-Alge, engineers/mixers; "Come On Over," Shania Twain, Robert John "Mutt" Lange, producer, Jeff Balding & Mike Shipley, engineers/mixers; "Where Your Road Leads," Trisha Yearwood, Tony Brown & Trisha Yearwood, producers, Chuck Ainlay & Jeff Balding, engineers/mixers.

Best Bluegrass Album: "Home Sweet Home," Doc & Merle Watson With Sam Bush, Marty Stuart, T. Michael Coleman & Alan O'Bryant; "Songs From The Homeplace," Jim & Jesse; "American Beauty," Nashville Bluegrass Band; "Bluegrass Rules!" Ricky Skaggs And Kentucky Thunder; "Clinch Mountain Country," Ralph Stanley & Friends.

Best New Age Album: "Sound Of Wind Driven Rain," Will Ackerman; "Landmarks," Clannad; "The Water Garden," Alex de Grassi; "Gaia Onbashira," Kitaro; "Grand Passion," John Tesh.

Best Contemporary Jazz Performance: "After Hours," George Duke; "Imaginary Day," Pat Metheny Group; "Live & More," Marcus Miller; "Club Nocturne," Yellowjackets; World Tour, Joe Zawinul & The Zawinul Syndicate.

Best Jazz Vocal Performance: "This Time It's Love," Kurt Elling; "Maiden Voyage," Nnenna Freelon; "I Remember Miles," Shirley Horn; "My Buddy - Etta Jones Sings The Songs Of Buddy Johnson," Etta Jones; "That Day...," Dianne Reeves.

Best Jazz Instrumental Solo: "For Heaven's Sake," Kenny Barron; "My Funny Valentine," Randy Brecker; "Rhumbata," Chick Corea & Gary Burton; "Body & Soul," Benny Golson; "My Favorite Things," David Liebman.

Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Individual or Group: "Native Sense - The New Duets," Chick Corea & Gary Burton; "Night And The City," Charlie Haden & Kenny Barron; "Gershwin's World," Herbie Hancock; "Points Of View," Dave Holland Quintet; "Tokyo '96," Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock & Jack DeJohnette.

Best Large Jazz Ensemble Performance: "Count Plays Duke," Count Basie Orchestra; Grover Mitchell, Director; "Remembrances," Jon Faddis; "Further Adventures," Bill Holman & The Netherlands Metropole Orchestra; "Lickety Split - Music Of Jim McNeely," Jim McNeely & The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra; "Theme For Monterey," The Gerald Wilson Orchestra.

Best Latin Jazz Performance: "Contact," Ray Barretto & New World Spirit; "Paquito D'Rivera & The United Nation Orchestra," Paquito D'Rivera & The United Nation Orchestra; "Central Avenue," Danilo Perez; "Obsesion," David Sanchez; "Hot House," Arturo Sandoval; "Bele Bele En La Habana," Chucho Valdes.

Best Rock Gospel Album: "Some Kind Of Zombie," Audio Adrenaline; "Amplifier," Big Tent Revival; "You Are There," Ashley Cleveland; "God Fixation," Petra; "Sixpence None The Richer," Sixpence None The Richer.

Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album: "Mission 3:16," Carman; "Supernatural," dc Talk; "Steady On," Point Of Grace; "Live The Life," Michael W. Smith; "This Is My Song," Deniece Williams.

Best Southern, Country, or Bluegrass Gospel Album: "They Gave The World A Smile: The Stamps Quartet Tribute Album," James Blackwood Quartet And The Light Crust Doughboys; "Faithful," The Cathedrals; "Down By The Tabernacle," Bill & Gloria Gaither And Their Homecoming Friends; "Just As I Am," Andy Griffith; "The Apostle - Music From & Inspired By The Motion Picture," Various Artists; Peter Afterman, John Huie & Ken Levitan, Producers.

Best Traditional Soul Gospel Album: "Just Right For A Miracle (Bishop G.E. Patterson Presents) Rance Allen & The Soul Winners' Conference Choir; "Now That I'm Here," Beverly Crawford; "He Leadeth Me," Cissy Houston; "Live! My Soul Feels Better Right Now," Della Reese; "Been There Done That," Rev. Timothy Wright & The B/J Mass Choir (Featuring Myrna Summers).

Best Contemporary Soul Gospel Album: "Songs From The Heart," Yolanda Adams; "Finally Karen," Karen Clark-Sheard; "The Nu Nation Project," Kirk Franklin; "Pages Of Life - Chapters I & II," Fred Hammond & Radical For Christ; "Everlasting Love," CeCe Winans.

Best Gospel Choir Or Chorus Album: "Just Churchin'" Bobby Jones & New Life With The Nashville Super Choir; Nathan Young, Choir Director; "Love Alive V - 25th Anniversary Reunion," The Love Center Choir; Jonathan Grier, Edwin M. Harper, Walter L. Hawkins, Rusty Watson & Maggie Wincher, Choir Directors; "Pastor Hezekiah Walker Presents The LFT Church Choir - Live At Love Fellowship Tabernacle," LFT Church Choir; Pastor Hezekiah Walker, Choir Director; "Reflections," The Associates; O'Landa Draper, Choir Director; "Strength," New Life Community Choir; John P. Kee, Choir Director.


Best Alternative Music Performance: "From The Choirgirl Hotel," Tori Amos; "Hello Nasty," Beastie Boys; "Is This Desire?" PJ Harvey; "Airbag/How Am I Driving?" Radiohead; "Adore," The Smashing Pumpkins.

Best Female R&B Vocal Performance: "Are You That Somebody?" Aaliyah; "Tyrone," Erykah Badu; "A Rose Is Still A Rose," Aretha Franklin; "Doo Wop (That Thing)," Lauryn Hill; "I Get Lonely," Janet Jackson.

Best Male R&B Vocal Performance: "Matrimony: Maybe You," Maxwell; "The Only One For Me," Brian McKnight; "My Way," Usher; "I Know," Luther Vandross; "St. Louis Blues," Stevie Wonder.

Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group: "The Boy Is Mine," Brandy & Monica; "Lean On Me," Kirk Franklin With Mary J. Blige, R. Kelly, Bono, Crystal Lewis & The Family; "Nothing Even Matters," Lauryn Hill & D'Angelo; "All My Life," K-Ci & JoJo; "Stay," The Temptations.

Best R&B Song, (songwriters' award, artists' names appear in parenthesis): "All My Life," Rory Bennett & JoJo Hailey, songwriters (K-Ci & JoJo); "The Boy Is Mine," Brandy, Lashawn Daniels, Fred Jerkins III, Rodney Jerkins & Japhe Tejeda, songwriters (Brandy & Monica); "Doo Wop (That Thing)," Lauryn Hill; "Lean On Me," Kirk Franklin, songwriter (Kirk Franklin With Mary J. Blige, R. Kelly, Bono, Crystal Lewis & The Family); "A Rose Is Still A Rose," Lauryn Hill, songwriter (Aretha Franklin).

Best R&B Album: "Live," Erykah Badu; "Never Say Never," Brandy; "A Rose Is Still A Rose," Aretha Franklin; "The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill," Lauryn Hill; "Embrya," Maxwell

Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance: "Believe In Me," Regina Belle; "Live! One Night Only," Patti LaBelle; "To Make Me Who I Am," Aaron Neville; "Phoenix Rising," The Temptations; "I Know," Luther Vandross.

Best Rap Solo Performance: "Dangerous," Busta Rhymes; "Lost Ones," Lauryn Hill; "Hard Knock Life," Jay-Z; "Gone Till November," Wyclef Jean; "Gettin' Jiggy Wit It," Will Smith.

Best Rap Performance By A Duo Or Group: "Intergalactic," Beastie Boys; "Money Ain't A Thang," Jermaine Dupri Featuring Jay-Z; "Deja Vu (Uptown Baby)," Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz; "Rosa Parks," OutKast; "Ghetto Supastar," Pras Michel Featuring Ol' Dirty Bastard And Mya.

Best Rap Album: "Capital Punishment," Big Punisher; "Life In 1472 - The Original Soundtrack," Jermaine Dupri; "Vol. 2...Hard Knock Life, " Jay-Z; "Harlem World," Mase; "The Love Movement: A Tribe Called Quest."


Best Latin Pop Performance: "Atado A Tu Amor," Chayanne; "Senor Bolero," Jose Feliciano; "Celebrando 25 Anos De Juan Gabriel: En Concierto En El Palacio De Bellas Artes," Juan Gabriel; "Cosas Del Amor," Enrique Iglesias; "Vuelve," Ricky Martin.

Best Latin Rock/Alternative Performance: "Caribe Atomico," Aterciopelados; "Fin De Siglo," El Tri; "Traccion Acustica," Enanitos Verdes; "Suenos Liquidos," Mana; "Donde Estan Los Ladrones?" Shakira.

Best Tropical Latin Performance: "Contra La Corriente," Marc Anthony; "Suavemente," Elvis Crespo; "Mi Vida Es Cantar," Celia Cruz; "El Rumbero Del Piano," Eddie Palmieri; "Live At Birdland - Dancemania '99," Tito Puente; "Babalu Aye," Chucho Valdes & Irakere.

Best Mexican-American Music Performance: "Casas De Madera," Ramon Ayala Y Sus Bravos Del Norte; "Entre El Amor Y Yo," Vicente Fernandez; "Euforia," La Mafia; "Los Super Seven," Los Super Seven; "Colgado De Un Arbol," Los Terribles Del Norte.

Best Tejano Music Performance: "Live...En Concierto!" Fiebre; "Fanaticos," Jaime Y Los Chamacos; "Said And Done," Flaco Jimenez; "Leyendas Y Raices," Leyendas Y Raices; "2000," Little Joe & La Familia.

Best Traditional Blues Album: "A Tribute To Howlin' Wolf," Henry Gray, Calvin Jones, Sam Lay, Colin Linden & Hubert Sumlin With Special Guests; "Long As I Have You," John Hammond; "Got To Find A Way," Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson And The Magic Rockers; "I Got To Find Me A Woman," Robert Lockwood Jr.; "Any Place I'm Going," Otis Rush.

Best Contemporary Blues Album: "Sing It!" Marcia Ball, Irma Thomas & Tracy Nelson; "Heavy Love," Buddy Guy; "Life, Love & The Blues," Etta James; "Slow Down," Keb' Mo'; "Deuces Wild," B.B. King.

Best Traditional Folk Album: "Chattanooga Sugar Babe," Norman Blake; "Slant 6 Mind," Greg Brown; "Long Journey Home," The Chieftains With Various Artists; "Friends Of Mine," Ramblin' Jack Elliott; "Southern Banjo Sounds," Mike Seeger.

Best Contemporary Folk Album: "Mermaid Avenue," Billy Bragg & Wilco; "El Corazon, Steve Earle; "Spyboy," Emmylou Harris; "Step Inside This House," Lyle Lovett; "Car Wheels On A Gravel Road," Lucinda Williams.

Best Reggae Album: "Inna Heights," Buju Banton; "Many Moods of Moses," Beenie Man; "Friends," Sly And Robbie; "Ska Father," Toots And The Maytals; "Psychedelic Souls," Wailing Souls.

Best World Music Album: "Odu," King Sunny Ade; "Miss Perfumado," Cesaria Evora; "Quanta Live," Gilberto Gil; "Oremi," Angelique Kidjo; "Contact From The Underworld Of Redboy," Robbie Robertson.

Best Polka Album: "Polka Party With Brave Combo - Live And Wild!" Brave Combo; "Push It To The Limit," Lenny Gomulka & Chicago Push; "Memories," Walter Ostanek; "Let The Sunshine In," The Del Sinchak Band; "Dance With Me," Jimmy Sturr And His Orchestra.


Best Musical Album For Children: "Changing Channels," Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer. Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer, producers; "Elmopalooza!" The Sesame Street Muppets With Various Artists. John Boylan, producer; "In My Hometown," Tom Chapin. Tom Chapin, Jon Cobert, John Forster & Michael Mark, producers; "John McCutcheon's Four Seasons: Autumnsongs," John McCutcheon. Bob Dawson & John McCutcheon, producers; "The Playground," Tony Bennett. Danny Bennett & Tony Bennett, producers.

Best Spoken Word Album for Children: "The Children's Shakespeare Various Artists" (Including Jim Belushi, Linda Hamilton, Etc.) Stefan Rudnicki, producer; "Disney's Mulan Read & Sing Along," June Foray. Ted Kryczko & Randy Thornton, producers; "Disney's The Lion King II: Simba's Pride Read-Along," Miguel Ferrer. Randy Thornton, producer; "Elmo's New Laugh," Sesame Street Characters. Ed Mitchell, producer; "The Patchwork Quilt & Other Stories From Around The World," Sharon Kennedy. Bing Broderick, Sharon Kennedy & Steve Netsky, producers; "Weezie And The Moon Pies," Bill Harley. Bill Harley, producer.

Best Spoken Word Album: "Beloved," Toni Morrison; "Spiders In The Hairdo: Modern Urban Legends," David Holt & Bill Mooney; "Still Me," Christopher Reeve; "The Virtues Of Aging," Jimmy Carter; "Wobegon Boy, Garrison Keillor.

Best Spoken Comedy Album: "Give Me Immortality Or Give Me Death," Firesign Theatre; "I'm Telling You For The Last Time," Jerry Seinfeld; "Pure Drivel," Steve Martin; "Totally Committed," Jeff Foxworthy; "The 2000 Year Old Man In The Year 2000," Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner.

Best Musical Show Album Award (Award to the Album Producer and to the Lyricists & Composers of over 50 percent of a new score; artists' names appear in parenthesis for identification.): "Cabaret," Jay David Saks, producer; (Fred Ebb, lyricist; John Kander, composer) (The New Broadway Cast Recording Featuring Natasha Richardson & Alan Cumming); "Chicago, The Musical," Thomas Z. Shepard, producer; (Fred Ebb, lyricist; John Kander, composer) (The London Cast Recording With Ruthie Henshall, Ute Lemper, Henry Goodman & Nigel Planer); "The Lion King," Mark Mancina, producer; (Lebo M, Mark Mancina, Tim Rice, Jay Rifkin, Julie Taymor & Hans Zimmer, lyricists; Elton John, Lebo M, Mark Mancina, Jay Rifkin & Hans Zimmer, composers); "Ragtime, The Musical," Jay David Saks, producer; (Lynn Ahrens, lyricist; Stephen Flaherty, composer); "The Wizard Of Oz," Robert Sher, producer; (Harold Arlen & E.Y. Harburg, lyricists; Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg & Herbert Stothart, composers) (1998 Cast Recording With Mickey Rooney & Eartha Kitt).


Best Musical Album For Children: "Changing Channels," Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer. Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer, producers; "Elmopalooza!" The Sesame Street Muppets With Various Artists. John Boylan, producer; "In My Hometown," Tom Chapin. Tom Chapin, Jon Cobert, John Forster & Michael Mark, producers; "John McCutcheon's Four Seasons: Autumnsongs," John McCutcheon. Bob Dawson & John McCutcheon, producers; "The Playground," Tony Bennett. Danny Bennett & Tony Bennett, producers.

Best Spoken Word Album for Children: "The Children's Shakespeare Various Artists" (Including Jim Belushi, Linda Hamilton, Etc.) Stefan Rudnicki, producer; "Disney's Mulan Read & Sing Along," June Foray. Ted Kryczko & Randy Thornton, producers; "Disney's The Lion King II: Simba's Pride Read-Along," Miguel Ferrer. Randy Thornton, producer; "Elmo's New Laugh," Sesame Street Characters. Ed Mitchell, producer; "The Patchwork Quilt & Other Stories From Around The World," Sharon Kennedy. Bing Broderick, Sharon Kennedy & Steve Netsky, producers; "Weezie And The Moon Pies," Bill Harley. Bill Harley, producer.

Best Spoken Word Album: "Beloved," Toni Morrison; "Spiders In The Hairdo: Modern Urban Legends," David Holt & Bill Mooney; "Still Me," Christopher Reeve; "The Virtues Of Aging," Jimmy Carter; "Wobegon Boy, Garrison Keillor.

Best Spoken Comedy Album: "Give Me Immortality Or Give Me Death," Firesign Theatre; "I'm Telling You For The Last Time," Jerry Seinfeld; "Pure Drivel," Steve Martin; "Totally Committed," Jeff Foxworthy; "The 2000 Year Old Man In The Year 2000," Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner.

Best Musical Show Album Award (Award to the Album Producer and to the Lyricists & Composers of over 50 percent of a new score; artists' names appear in parenthesis for identification.): "Cabaret," Jay David Saks, producer; (Fred Ebb, lyricist; John Kander, composer) (The New Broadway Cast Recording Featuring Natasha Richardson & Alan Cumming); "Chicago, The Musical," Thomas Z. Shepard, producer; (Fred Ebb, lyricist; John Kander, composer) (The London Cast Recording With Ruthie Henshall, Ute Lemper, Henry Goodman & Nigel Planer); "The Lion King," Mark Mancina, producer; (Lebo M, Mark Mancina, Tim Rice, Jay Rifkin, Julie Taymor & Hans Zimmer, lyricists; Elton John, Lebo M, Mark Mancina, Jay Rifkin & Hans Zimmer, composers); "Ragtime, The Musical," Jay David Saks, producer; (Lynn Ahrens, lyricist; Stephen Flaherty, composer); "The Wizard Of Oz," Robert Sher, producer; (Harold Arlen & E.Y. Harburg, lyricists; Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg & Herbert Stothart, composers) (1998 Cast Recording With Mickey Rooney & Eartha Kitt).


Best Instrumental Composition: "Almost 12," Bela Fleck, Future Man & Victor Lemonte Wooten, composers (Bela Fleck And The Flecktones); "Ellis Island," Bob Mintzer, composer (Bob Mintzer Big Band); "The Midnight Blues," Wynton Marsalis, composer (Wynton Marsalis); "Romance," Gerald Wilson, composer (The Gerald Wilson Orchestra); "Tango Remembrances," Jorge Calandrelli & Astor Piazolla, composers (Yo-Yo Ma).

Best Original Instrumental Composition Written For A Motion Picture Or Television: "Amistad," John Williams; "Bulworth," Ennio Morricone; "City Of Angels," Gabriel Yared; "Rush Hour," Lalo Schifrin; "Saving Private Ryan," John Williams.

Best Song Written For A Motion Picture Or For Television: "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" (From "Armageddon"), Diane Warren, songwriter (Aerosmith); "My Heart Will Go On" (From "Titanic"), James Horner & Will Jennings, songwriters (Celine Dion); "Tomorrow Never Dies" (From "Tomorrow Never Dies"), Sheryl Crow & Mitchell Froom, songwriters (Sheryl Crow); "True To Your Heart" (From "Mulan"), Matthew Wilder & David Zippel, songwriters (98 Degrees and Stevie Wonder); "Uninvited" (From "City Of Angels"), Alanis Morissette, songwriter (Alanis Morissette).

Best Instrumental Arrangement. (Artists' names in parenthesis.): "In The Still Of The Night," Patrick Williams (Patrick Williams And His Big Band); "Moon Of Manakoorah," Bill Holman (Bill Holman & The Netherlands Metropole Orchestra); "Waltz For Debby," Don Sebesky (Don Sebesky); "What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?" Rob McConnell (Rob McConnell & The Boss Brass); "Where Or When," Michel Legrand (Michel Legrand).

Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocal(s). (Artists' names appear in parenthesis.): "Breath Of Heaven" (Mary's Song), Patrick Williams (Vince Gill); "I Believe/You'll Never Walk Alone," Jeremy Lubbock (Barbra Streisand); "The Look Of Love," George Duke (Marilyn Scott); "Nessun Dorma," Rob Mounsey (Aretha Franklin); "St. Louis Blues," Herbie Hancock, Robert Sadin & Stevie Wonder (Herbie Hancock).

Best Recording Package: "Big Bad Voodoo Daddy," Brad Benedict & Andy Engel, art directors (Big Bad Voodoo Daddy); "Los Super Seven," Gina R. Binkley & Susan Eaddy, art directors (Los Super Seven); "Ray Of Light," Kevin Reagan, art director (Madonna); "Readings By Jack Kerouac On The Beat Generation," Chika Azuma, art director (Jack Kerouac); "Yield," Ames Bros. & Pearl Jam, art directors (Pearl Jam).

Best Boxed Recording Package: "The Best Of William Burroughs From Giorno Poetry Systems," Mark Michaelson, art director (William Burroughs); "The Complete Hank Williams," Jim Kemp & Virginia Team, art directors (Hank Williams); "The Ella Fitzgerald And Duke Ellington Cote D'Azur Concerts On Verve," Chika Azuma, art director (Duke Ellington And Ella Fitzgerald); "Miles Davis Quintet 1965-1968," Janet Boye & Arnold Levine, art directors (Miles Davis Quintet); "Miss Peggy Lee," Andy Engel & Johnny Lee, art directors (Peggy Lee).

Best Album Notes: "Charles Mingus: Passions Of A Man - The Complete Atlantic Recordings 1956-1961," Joel Dorn, Tom Dowd, Andrew Homzy, Patrick Milligan, Sue Mingus, Tina Marisa Rocchio & Stefano Zenni, album notes writers (Charles Mingus); "The Complete Hank Williams," Daniel Cooper & Colin Escott, album notes writers (Hank Williams); "From Where I Stand: The Black Experience In Country Music," Bill Ivey, Bill C. Malone, Claudia Perry, John W. Rumble & Ron Wynn, album notes writers (Various Artists); "Miles Davis Quintet 1965-1968," Bob Belden, Todd Coolman & Michael Cuscuna, album notes writers (Miles Davis Quintet); "New York Philharmonic: The Historic Broadcasts 1923 to 1987," Sedgwick Clark, Barbara Haws, Kurt Masur, Alan Rich, Robert Sherman & Steven Smolian, album notes writers (New York Philharmonic).

Best Historical Album: "The Complete Hank Williams," Colin Escott & Kira Florita, compilation producers; Joseph M. Palmaccio & Tom Ruff, mastering engineers (Hank Williams); "Have A Nice Decade: The '70s Pop Culture Box," Bill Inglot, David McLees & Gordon Skeene, compilation producers; Andrew Garver, Dan Hersh, Bill Inglot, Ken Perry & Stewart Whitmore, mastering engineers (Various Artists); "The Jazz Singers: A Smithsonian Collection Of Jazz Vocals From 1919 To 1994," Robert G. O'Meally & Bruce Talbot, compilation producers; Todd Hulslander & John Tyler, mastering engineers (Various Artists); "New York Philharmonic: The Historic Broadcasts 1923 to 1987," Sedgwick Clark, compilation producer; Jon M. Samuels & Seth B. Winner, mastering engineers (New York Philharmonic); "The Pet Sounds Sessions," David Leaf, Mark Linett & Brian Wilson, compilation producers; Joe Gaswirt, mastering engineer (The Beach Boys).

Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical: "Breath Of Heaven," Al Schmitt, engineer (Vince Gill); "Contact From The Underworld Of Redboy, " Howie B., Andy Bradfield, Jamie Cerniglia, Marius de Vries, Chris Fogel, Tim Gordine, Troy Matthews, Pat McCarthy, Dane Ngahuka, Randall Prescott, Carmen Rizzo, Tim Stroh & Jim Wilson, engineers (Robbie Robertson); "Firecracker," Bob Clearmountain & Juan Patino, engineers (Lisa Loeb); "The Globe Sessions," Tchad Blake, Trina Shoemaker & Andy Wallace, engineers (Sheryl Crow); "The Nu Nation Project," Gerald Baillergeau, Chris Bell, Kevin Bond, Bassy Bob Brockman, Mick Guzauski, Fred Hammond, Ray Hammond, Tim Kimsey, Victor "Vinno" Merritt & Mark Williams, engineers (Kirk Franklin).

Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical: Michael Beinhorn _ "Celebrity Skin," (Hole) and "Mechanical Animals," Marilyn Manson; Tchad Blake _ "Dopamine," (Mitchell Froom), "El Eso" (Soul Coughing) and "Fundamental" (Bonnie Raitt); Rob Cavallo _ "Dizzy Up The Girl" (Goo Goo Dolls), "Iris" (Goo Goo Dolls), "Nimrod" (Green Day) and "Uninvited" (Alanis Morissette); Sheryl Crow _ "The Globe Sessions (Sheryl Crow); Lauryn Hill _ "The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill (Lauryn Hill) and "A Rose Is Still A Rose" (Aretha Franklin).

Best Engineered Album, Classical: "Barber: Prayers Of Kierkegaard/Vaughan Williams: Dona Nobis Pacem/Bartok: Cantata Profana," Jack Renner, engineer (Robert Shaw, conductor); "Bartok: Bluebeard's Castle," Jobst Eberhardt & Stephan Flock, engineers (Pierre Boulez, conductor); "Bruckner: Sym. No. 9," Keith O. Johnson, engineer (Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, conductor); "Mahler: Sym. No. 3 In D Min.," Richard King, engineer (Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor); "Monteverdi: Vespers Of 1610 (Antiphon; Psalm 109; Magnificat, Etc.)," Jack Renner, engineer (Martin Pearlman, conductor).

Producer Of The Year, Classical: Manfred Eicher, Steven Epstein, James Mallinson, Andreas Neubronner, Robina G. Young.


Best Classical Album: "Barber: Prayers Of Kierkegaard/Vaughan Williams: Dona Nobis Pacem/Bartok: Cantata Profana," Robert Shaw, conductor; James Mallinson, producer (Richard Clement, tenor; Nathan Gunn, baritone; Carmen Pelton, soprano; Atlanta Sym. Orch. Cho.; Atlanta Sym. Orch.); "Bartok: Bluebeard's Castle," Pierre Boulez, conductor; Jessye Norman; Laszlo Polgar; Karl-August Naegler, producer (Nicholas Simon; Chicago Sym. Orch.); "The Beautiful Voice (Works Of Charpentier, Gounod, Massenet, Flotow, Etc.)," Renee Fleming, soprano; Jeffrey Tate, conductor; Michael Haas, producer (English Cham. Orch.); "Schnittke: The Complete String Quartets (Nos. 1, 2, 3, Etc.)," Kronos Quartet; Judith Sherman, producer; "Sir Georg Solti - The Last Recording (Bartok: Cantata Profana/Kodaly: Psalmus Hungaricus/Weiner: Serenade)," Sir Georg Solti, conductor; Tamas Bubno, chorus master; Kalman Strausz, chorus master; Gabriella Thesz, chorus master; Chris Hazell, producer (Alexandru Agache, baritone; Tamas Daroczy, tenor; Budapest Festival Cho.; Children's Cho. Of Hungarian Radio & TV; Cho. Of Hungarian Radio & TV; Schola Cantorum Budapestiensis; Budapest Festival Orch.).

Best Orchestral Performance: "Brahms: The Symphonies (Nos. 1-4; Haydn Variations; Tragic Overture, Etc.)," Nikolaus Harnoncourt, conductor (Berliner Phil.); "Henze: Undine," Oliver Knussen, conductor (Peter Donohoe, piano; London Sinfonietta); "Holst: The Planets," Yoel Levi, conductor (Women Of The Atlanta Sym. Orch. Cho.; Atlanta Sym. Orch.); "Ives: Three Places In New England; Orchestral Set No. 2/Ruggles: Sun-Treader Men And Mountains," Christoph von Dohnanyi, conductor (The Cleveland Orch.); "Mahler: Sym. No. 9," Pierre Boulez, conductor (Chicago Sym. Orch); "Varese: The Complete Works," Riccardo Chailly, conductor (Asko Ens.; Royal Concertgebouw Orch.).

Best Opera Recording: "Bartok: Bluebeard's Castle," Pierre Boulez, conductor; Jessye Norman; Laszlo Polgar; Karl-August Naegler, producer (Nicholas Simon; Chicago Sym. Orch.); "Piazzolla: Maria De Buenos Aires," Gidon Kremer, conductor & violin; Horacio Ferrer; Jairo; Julia Zenko; Helmut Muhle, producer (Kremerata Musica; Coral Lirico Buenos Aires); "Prokofiev: Betrothal In A Monastery," Valery Gergiev, conductor; Sergei Alexashkin; Larissa Diadkova; Nikolai Gassiev; Stan Taal, producer (Various Artists; Kirov Opera Cho., St. Petersburg; Kirov Opera Orch., St. Petersburg); "Rameau: Les Fetes D'Hebe," William Christie, conductor; Paul Agnew; Sarah Connolly; Sophie Daneman; Thierry Felix; Jean-Paul Fouchecourt; Jean-Pierre Loisil, producer (Les Arts Florissants Cho.; Les Arts Florissants Orch.); "Tchaikovsky: Mazeppa," Valery Gergiev, conductor; Sergei Alexashkin; Larissa Diadkova; Nikolai Putilin; Stan Taal, producer (Kirov Opera Cho., St. Petersburg; Kirov Opera Orch., St. Petersburg).


Best Choral Performance: "Barber: Prayers Of Kierkegaard/Vaughan Williams: Dona Nobis Pacem/Bartok: Cantata Profana," Robert Shaw, conductor (Richard Clement, tenor; Nathan Gunn, baritone; Carmen Pelton, soprano; Atlanta Sym. Orch. Cho.; Atlanta Sym. Orch.; "Lauridsen: Lux Aeterna (Lux Aeterna; Les Chansons Des Roses; Ave Maria, Etc.)," Paul Salamunovich, conductor (Los Angeles Master Chorale; Los Angeles Master Chorale Sinfonia Orch.); "Monteverdi: Vespers Of 1610 (Antiphon; Psalm 109; Magnificat, Etc.)," Martin Pearlman, conductor (Lynton Atkinson, tenor; Janice Chandler, soprano; Karen Clift, soprano; Richard Croft, tenor; Brad Diamond, tenor; Jeff Mattsey, baritone; Christopheren Nomura, baritone; Boston Baroque Cho.; Boston Baroque); "Schutz: Psalmen Davids," Konrad Junghanel, conductor (Cantus Colln; Concerto Palatino); "Sir Georg Solti - The Last Recording (Bartok: Cantana Profana/Kodaly: Psalmus Hungaricus/Weiner: Serenade)," Sir Georg Solti, conductor; Tamas Bubno, chorus master; Kalman Strausz, chorus master; Gabriella Thesz, chorus master (Alexandru Agache, baritone; Tamas Daroczy, tenor; Children's Cho. Of Hungarian Radio & TV; Cho. Of Hungarian Radio & TV; Schola Cantorum Budapestiensis; Budapest Festival Orch.)

Best Instrumental Soloist(s) Performance (with Orchestra): "Brahms: Violin Con./Schumann: Fantasie, Op. 131," Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin; Kurt Masur, conductor (New York Phil.); "Elgar: Violin Con.," Kennedy, violin; Sir Simon Rattle, conductor (City Of Birmingham Sym. Orch.); "Penderecki: Violin Con. No. 2 "Metamorphosen," Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin; Krzysztof Penderecki, conductor (London Sym. Orch.); "Prokofiev/Shostakovich: Violin Cons. No. 2," Maxim Vengerov, violin; Mstislav Rostropovich, conductor (London Sym. Orch.); "Schumann: Piano Con. In A Min., Op. 54; Introduction & Allegro Appassionato, Op. 92, Etc.," Murray Perahia, piano; Claudio Abbado, conductor (Berlin Phil.).

Best Instrumental Soloist Performance (without Orchestra): "Bach: English Suites Nos. 1, 3 & 6," Murray Perahia, piano; "Bach: The Complete Sons. & Partitas For Violin, Nos. 1, 2 & 3 (Arr. For 8-String Guitar)," Paul Galbraith, guitar; "The Long, Long Winter Night (Works Of Grieg, Tveitt, Johansen, Etc.)," Leif Ove Andsnes, piano; "New Dance - 18 Dances For Guitar (Works Of Jaffe, Morel, Carter, Etc.)," David Starobin, guitar; "New York Variations (Works Of Copland, Corigliano, Tsontakis, Weber)," Stephen Hough, piano.

Best Chamber Music Performance: "American Scenes (Works Of Copland, Previn, Barber, Gershwin)," Andre Previn, piano; Gil Shaham, violin; "Bartok: The 6 String Quartets," Takacs Quartet; "Brahms: Sons. For Viola & Piano Nos. 1 & 2," Kim Kashkashian, viola; Robert Levin, piano; "Ligeti: Chamber Music (Trio For Violin, Horn And Piano; Ten Pieces For Wind Quintet, Etc.), Pierre-Laurent Aimard, piano; Saschko Gawriloff, violin; London Winds; Marie-Luise Neunecker, horn; Tabea Zimmerman, viola; "Schnittke: The Complete String Quartets (Nos. 1, 2, 3, Etc.), Kronos Quartet.

Best Small Ensemble Performance: "Creator Of The Stars - Christmas Music For Earlier Times (Works Of De Lassus, Du Fay, Byrd, Etc.)," Alexander Blachly, conductor; Pomerium; "Glass: Kundun - Music From The Original Soundtrack," Michael Riesman, conductor; Gyuto Monks; Monks Of The Drukpa Order (Studio Orch.); "Handel: Concerti Grossi, Op. 6 (Nos. 1 - 12)," The Academy Of Ancient Music; Andrew Manze, conductor; "Reich: Music For 18 Musicians," Steve Reich And Musicians; "Voces Americanas (Works Of Rodriguez, Lavista, Sierra, Etc.)," James Rives- Jones, conductor; Voices Of Change (Various Artists).

Best Classical Vocal Performance: "Amore Per Rossini (Arias From La Pietra Del Paragone; Matilde Di Shabran; Le Siege De Corinthe, Etc.)," Jennifer Larmore, mezzo soprano (Giuliano Carella, conductor; London Voices; English Cham. Orch.); "The Beautiful Voice (Works Of Charpentier, Gounod, Massenet, Flotow, Etc.)," Renee Fleming, soprano (Jeffrey Tate, conductor; English Cham. Orch.); "Hagegard Sings Brahms, Sibelius, Stenhammar (Brahms: Funf Lieder, Op. 105, Etc./Sibelius: Drommen, Etc./Stenhammar: Florez Och Blanzeflor, Etc.)," Hakan Hagegard, baritone (Warren Jones, piano); "Handel Arias (Arias From Judas Maccabaeus; Dettingen Te Deum; Samson, Etc.)," Bryn Terfel, baritone (Sir Charles Mackerras, conductor; Scottish Cham. Orch.); "Schumann: Dichterliebe, Op. 48; Liederkreis, Op. 24," Matthais Goerne, baritone (Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano).

Best Classical Contemporary Composition: "Adams: Gnarly Buttons," John Adams, composer; "Carter: 90+," Elliott Carter, composer; "Part: Kanon Pokajanen," Arvo Part, composer; "Penderecki: Violin Con. No. 2 "Metamorphosen," Krzysztof Penderecki; "Tsontakis: Ghost Variations," George Tsontakis.

Best Classical Crossover Album: "The Celtic Album (Scotland The Brave; Riverdance; Planxty Burke, Etc.)," Keith Lockhart, conductor (The Boston Pipers Society; Cherish The Ladies; Eileen Ivers, fiddle; Joanie Madden, low whistle; Jerry O'Sullivan, Uilleann pipes; The Boston Pops Orch.); "Gershwin Fantasy (Fantasy For Violin And Orch. On Porgy And Bess; Three Preludes; Songs For Violin And Orch.)," Joshua Bell, violin; John Williams, conductor & piano (London Sym. Orch.); "Journey To The Amazon (Works Of Almeida, Barrios, Brouwer, Etc.)," Sharon Isbin, guitar; Thiago de Mello, percussion; Paul Winter, saxophone; "Reflected In Brass - Evelyn Glennie Meets The Black Dyke Band (Rudy's Rambles; The Whirlwind; Tween Heather And Sea, Etc.)," Evelyn Glennie, xylophone, marimba & vibraphone; James Watson, conductor (The Black Dyke Band); "Soul Of The Tango - The Music Of Astor Piazzolla (Libertango; Mumuki; Milonga Del Angel, Etc.)," Yo-Yo Ma, cello; Jorge Calandrelli, conductor (Various Artists).


Best Short Form Music Video: "Pink," Aerosmith. Doug Nichol, video director; Georges Bermann & Jim Czarnecki, video producers; "Bachelorette," Bjork. Michel Gondry, video director; Georges Bermann & Julie Fong, video producers; "Ray Of Light," Madonna. Jonas Akerlund, video director; Nicola Doring, video producer; "All Around The World," Oasis. Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris, video directors; Bart Lipton, video producer; "Do The Evolution," Pearl Jam. Kevin Altieri & Todd McFarlane, video directors; Terry Fitzgerald, video producer.

Best Long Form Music Video: "They Wanted The Highway," Fastball. Ondi Timoner, video director; Mark Didia & Ondi Timoner, video producers; "Inspired By Bach: Six Gestures - No. 6," Yo-Yo Ma. Patricia Rozema, video director; Niv Fichman, video producer; "Rock And Roll Heart," Lou Reed. Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, video director; Karen Bernstein, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders & Tamar Hacker, video producers; "TeleVoid," Scott Rockenfield And Paul Speer Featuring Sir Mix-A-Lot. Michael Boydstun, video director; Michael Boydstun, video producer; "Robert Altman's Jazz '34: Remembrances Of Kansas City Swing, " Various Artists (Harry Belafonte, Narrator). Robert Altman, video director; Robert Altman, video producer.

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