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Complete list of nominees in 100 categories announced Wednesday for the 43rd annual Grammys, to be presented Feb. 21 in Los Angeles:

Record of the year: "Say My Name," Destiny's Child; "I Try," Macy Gray; "Music," Madonna; "Bye Bye Bye," 'N Sync; "Beautiful Day," U2.

Album of the year: "Midnite Vultures," Beck; "The Marshall Mathers LP," Eminem; 3. "Kid A," Radiohead; "You're the One," Paul Simon; "Two Against Nature," Steely Dan.

Song of the year: "Beautiful Day," U2 (U2); "Breathe," Stephanie Bentley and Holly Lamar (Faith Hill); "I Hope You Dance," Mark D. Sanders and Tia Sellers (Lee Ann Womack); "I Try," Macy Gray, Jinsoo Lim, Jeremy Ruzuma and David Wilder (Macy Gray); "Say My Name," LaShawn Daniels, Fred Jerkins III, Rodney Jerkins, Beyonce Knowles, LeToya Luckett, LaTavia Roberson and Kelendria Rowland (Destiny's Child).

New artist: Shelby Lynne; Brad Paisley; Papa Roach; Jill Scott; Sisqo.

Female pop vocal performance: "What a Girl Wants," Christina Aguilera; "I Try," Macy Gray; "Music," Madonna; "Save Me," Aimee Mann; "Both Sides Now," Joni Mitchell; "Oops! ... I Did It Again," Britney Spears.

Male pop vocal performance: "You Sang to Me," Marc Anthony; "Taking You Home," Don Henley; "She Bangs," Ricky Martin; "4. 6, 8, 12," Brian McKnight; "She Walks This Earth (Soberana Rosa)," Sting.

Pop performance by a duo or group with vocal: "Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely," Backstreet Boys; "Pinch Me," Barenaked Ladies; "Breathless," The Corrs; "Bye Bye Bye," 'N Sync; "Cousin Dupree," Steely Dan.

Pop collaboration with vocals: "Thank God I Found You," Mariah Carey Featuring Joe and 98 Degrees; "The Difficult Kind," Sheryl Crow and Sarah McLachlan; "All the Way," Celine Dion (and Frank Sinatra); "Turn Your Lights Down Low," Lauryn Hill (and Bob Marley); "Is You Is, Or Is You Ain't (My Baby)," B.B. King and Dr. John.

Pop instrumental performance: "Overture (Selmasongs)," Bjork; "Rebel Heart, The Corrs; "Zona Mona," Bela Fleck and The Flecktones; "Caravan," The Brian Setzer Orchestra; "Camaleao," Grover Washington, Jr.

Dance recording: "Who Let the Dogs Out," Baha Men; "Blue (Da Ba Dee)," Eiffel 65; "Be With You," Enrique Iglesias; "Let's Get Loud," Jennifer Lopez; "Natural Blues," Moby.

Pop instrumental album: "Audio," Blue Man Group; "Faith - A Holiday Album," Kenny G; "Symphony No. 1," Joe Jackson; "Pieces in a Modern Style," William Orbit; "Hymns - In the Garden," Kirk Whalum.

Pop vocal album: "Inside Job," Don Henley; "Music," Madonna; "No Strings Attached," 'N Sync; "Oops! ... I Did It Again," Britney Spears; "Two Against Nature," Steely Dan.

Traditional pop vocal album: "As Time Goes By," Bryan Ferry; "It's Like This," Rickie Lee Jones; "Songs From the Last Century," George Michael; "Both Sides Now," Joni Mitchell; "Timeless - Live in Concert," Barbra Streisand.

Female rock vocal performance: "Paper Bag," Fiona Apple; "There Goes the Neighborhood," Sheryl Crow; "Enough of Me," Melissa Etheridge; "So Pure," Alanis Morissette; "Glitter in Their Eyes," Patti Smith.

Male rock vocal performance: "Thursday's Child," David Bowie; "Things Have Changed," Bob Dylan; "Workin' It," Don Henley; "Again," Lenny Kravitz; "Into the Void," Nine Inch Nails.

Rock performance by a duo or group with vocal: "It's My Life," Bon Jovi; "With Arms Wide Open," Creed; "Learn to Fly," Foo Fighters; "Californication," Red Hot Chili Peppers; "Beautiful Day," U2.

Hard-rock performance: "American Bad Ass," Kid Rock; "Take a Look Around (Theme from "M:I-2")," Limp Bizkit; "Grievance," Pearl Jam; "Guerrilla Radio," Rage Against the Machine; "Down," Stone Temple Pilots.

Metal performance: "Elite," Deftones; "The Wicker Man," Iron Maiden; "Astonishing Panorama of the Endtimes," Marilyn Manson; "Revolution Is My Name," Pantera; "Wait and Bleed," Slipknot.

Rock instrumental performance: "Off the Hook," Peter Frampton; "The Call of the Ktulu," Metallica with Michael Kamen conducting the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra; "First Tube," Phish; "Until We Say Goodbye," Joe Satriani; "Electric Lullaby," Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band.

Rock song: "Again," Lenny Kravitz (Lenny Kravitz); "Bent," Rob Thomas (Matchbox Twenty); "Californication," Flea, John Frusciante, Anthony Kiedis and Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers); "Kryptonite," Brad Arnold, Todd Harrell and Matt Roberts (3 Doors Down); "With Arms Wide Open," Scott Stapp and Mark Tremonti (Creed).

Rock album: "Crush," Bon Jovi; "There Is Nothing Left to Lose," Foo Fighters; "Mad Season," Matchbox Twenty; "Return of Saturn," No Doubt; "The Battle of Los Angeles," Rage Against the Machine.

Alternative-music album: "When the Pawn," Fiona Apple; "Midnite Vultures," Beck; "Bloodflowers," The Cure; "Liverpool Sound Collage," Paul McCartney; "Kid A," Radiohead.

Female R&B vocal performance: "Try Again," Aaliyah; "Bag Lady," Erykah Badu; "He Wasn't Man Enough," Toni Braxton; "As We Lay," Kelly Price; "Gettin' in the Way," Jill Scott.

Male R&B vocal performance: "Untitled (How Does It Feel)," D'Angelo; "I Wanna Know," Joe; "I Wish," R. Kelly; "Stay or Let It Go," Brian McKnight; "Thong Song," Sisqo.

R&B performance by a duo or group with vocal: "Pass You By," Boyz II Men; "Say My Name," Destiny's Child; "911," Wyclef Jean featuring Mary J. Blige; "Dance Tonight," Lucy Pearl; "Coming Back Home," featuring Brian McKnight and Joe.

R&B song: "Bag Lady," Erykah Badu (Erykah Badu); "He Wasn't Man Enough," LaShawn Daniels, Fred Jerkins III, Rodney Jerkins and Harvey Mason Jr. (Toni Braxton); "Say My Name," LaShawn Daniels, Fred Jerkins III, Rodney Jerkins, Beyonce Knowles, LeToya Luckett, LaTavia Roberson and Kelendria Rowland (Destiny's Child); "Thong Song," Mark Andrews, Tim Kelley and Bob Robinson (Sisqo); "Untitled (How Does It Feel)," D'Angelo and Raphael Saadiq (D'Angelo).

R&B album: "Nathan/Michael/Shawn/Wanya," Boyz II Men; "The Heat," Toni Braxton; "Voodoo," D'Angelo; "My Name Is Joe," Joe; "Who Is Jill Scott? Words and Sounds Vol. 1," Jill Scott; "Unleash the Dragon," Sisqo.

Traditional R&B vocal album: "All the Man You Need," Will Downing; "Cool," George Duke; "That's For Sure," Jeffrey Osborne; "Gotta Get the Groove Back," Johnnie Taylor; "Ear-Resistible," The Temptations.

Rap solo performance: "The Light," Common; "Party Up," DMX; "The Real Slim Shady," Eminem; "Shake Ya Ass," Mystikal; "Country Grammar," Nelly.

Rap performance by a duo or group: "Alive," Beastie Boys; "Oooh," De La Soul featuring Redman; "Forgot About Dre," Dr. Dre featuring Eminem; "The Next Episode," Dr. Dre featuring Snoop Dogg; "Big Pimpin'," Jay-Z featuring UGK.

Rap album: "...And Then There Was X," DMX; "Dr. Dre - 2001," Dr. Dre; "The Marshall Mathers LP," Eminem; "Vol. 3...Life and Times of S. Carter," Jay-Z; "Country Grammar," Nelly.

Female country vocal performance: "Breathe," Faith Hill; "That's the Way," Jo Dee Messina; "Travelin' Prayer," Dolly Parton; "I Hope You Dance," Lee Ann Womack; "Real Live Woman," Trisha Yearwood.

Male country vocal performance: "Solitary Man," Johnny Cash; "Feels Like Love," Vince Gill; "One Voice," Billy Gilman; "My Best Friend," Tim McGraw; "A Thousand Miles From Nowhere," Dwight Yoakam.

Country performance by a duo or group with vocal: "Twentieth Century," Alabama; "Cherokee Maiden," Asleep At The Wheel; "You'll Always Be Loved By Me," Brooks & Dunn; "Woody's Roundup," Riders In The Sky; "Jimmy's Got A Girlfriend," The Wilkinsons.

Country collaboration with vocals: "Strong Enough," Sheryl Crow and The Dixie Chicks; "When I Look Into Your Heart," Vince Gill and Amy Grant; "Let's Make Love," Faith Hill and Tim McGraw; "Walk Softly," Ricky Skaggs and the Dixie Chicks; "Murder on Music Row," George Strait and Alan Jackson.

Country instrumental performance: "Leaving Cottondale," Alison Brown with Bela Fleck; "Ode to a Butterfly," Nickel Creek; "The Second Mouse," Tim O'Brien and Darrell Scott; "Rollercoaster," Keith Urban; "Bloodlines," Steve Wariner and Ryan Wariner.

Country song: "Breathe," Stephanie Bentley and Holly Lamar (Faith Hill); "Feels Like Love," Vince Gill (Vince Gill); "I Hope You Dance," Mark D. Sanders and Tia Sillers (Lee Ann Womack); "One Voice," Don Cook and David Malloy (Billy Gilman); "The Way You Love Me," Michael Delaney and Keith Follese (Faith Hill).

Country album: "Let's Make Sure We Kiss Goodbye," Vince Gill; "Breathe," Faith Hill; "Under The Influence," Alan Jackson; "I Hope You Dance," Lee Ann Womack; "Real Live Woman," Trisha Yearwood.

Bluegrass album: "Fair Weather," Alison Brown; "Murder on Music Row," Larry Cordle and Lonesome Standard Time; "Nickel Creek," Nickel Creek; "The Grass Is Blue," Dolly Parton; "Big Mon - The Songs of Bill Monroe," Ricky Skaggs and friends.

New age album: "Whisper to the Wild Water," Maire Brennan; "Highland Cathedral," Phil Coulter; "Thinking of You," Kitaro; "East of the Moon," David Lanz; "In a Distant Place," Nakai, Eaton, Clipman and Nawang.

Contemporary jazz album: "Outbound," Bela Fleck and The Flecktones; "Yes, Please!," Fourplay; "Re:Animation Live!," Hagans/Belden; "A Brighter Day," Ronny Jordan; "Here's the Deal," Liquid Soul.

Jazz vocal album: "Live at Yoshi's," Dee Dee Bridgewater; "Merry Go Round," Freddy Cole; "Live in Chicago," Kurt Elling; "Soulcall," Nnenna Freelon; "In the Moment - Live in Concert," Dianne Reeves.

Jazz instrumental solo: "Passion Dance," Kenny Barron; "I Thought About You," Terence Blanchard; "Outrance," Michael Brecker; "I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good," Keith Jarrett; "(Go) Get It," Pat Metheny.

Jazz instrumental album, individual or group: "Spirit Song," Kenny Barron; "Time Is of the Essence," Michael Brecker; "Prime Directive," Dave Holland Quintet; "Contemporary Jazz," Branford Marsalis; "In & Out," Martial Solal and Johnny Griffin.

Large jazz ensemble album: "The Buddy Collette Big Band in Concert - The Music of William 'Buddy' Collette," Buddy Collette Big Band; "Nice Work," The Danish Radio Jazz Orchestra and Jim McNeely; "52nd Street Themes," Joe Lovano; "Culmination," Sam Rivers' Rivbea All-Star Orchestra; "Allegresse," Maria Schneider Orchestra.

Latin jazz album: "Libertango," Gary Burton; "Motherland," Danilo Perez; "Afro-Cuban Dream ... Live & In Clave!!!," Bobby Sanabria Big Band; "Melaza," David Sanchez; "Live at the Village Vanguard," Chucho Valdes.

Rock gospel album: "Lay It Down," Jennifer Knapp; "Double Take," Petra; "Third Verse," Smalltown Poets; "Learning to Breathe," Switchfoot; "Offerings," Third Day.

Pop/contemporary gospel album: "Joy," Avalon; "If I Left the Zoo," Jars of Clay; "Fearless," Crystal Lewis; "This Is Your Time," Michael W. Smith; "Crystal Clear," Jaci Velasquez.

Southern, country or bluegrass gospel album: "The Great Gospel Hit Parade: From Memphis to Nashville to Texas," James Blackwood, The Jordanaires and The Light Crust Doughboys; "The Cathedrals," A Farewell Celebration; "Just Over in Heaven," Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver; "Soldier of the Cross," Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder; "Old Ways & Old Paths," Paul Williams and the Victory Trio.

Traditional soul gospel album: "You Can Make It," Shirley Caesar; "It Was You," Mighty Clouds of Joy; "Family & Friends Live From Detroit," Rev. James Moore; "Devotion," Aaron Neville; "Ole Rickety Bridge," Dorothy Norwood; "The Concert," The Williams Brothers.

Contemporary soul gospel album: "Purpose by Design," Fred Hammond and Radical for Christ; "Thankful," Mary Mary; "Family Affair," Hezekiah Walker and The Love Fellowship Crusade Choir; "Love and Freedom," BeBe Winans; "Alabaster Box," CeCe Winans.

Gospel choir or chorus album: "Get Your Praise On," New Direction, Jeral V. Gray Sr. and Percy E. Gray Jr., choir directors; "Higher," Youth for Christ; Rev. Milton Biggham and Troy L. Sneed Sr., choir directors; "Live - God Is Working," Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, Carol Cymbala, choir director; "Send Up the Praise," University of Mississippi Gospel Choir, Ron Briggs, Jason Clark and Dee Thomas, choir directors; "Tri-city4.com," The Tri-City Singers, Donald Lawrence, choir director.

Latin pop album: "Mi Reflejo," Christina Aguilera; "Oscar De La Hoya," Oscar De La Hoya; "Vivo," Luis Miguel; "El Alma al Aire," Alejandro Sanz; "Shakira - MTV Unplugged," Shakira.

Latin rock/alternative album: "La Extraordinaria Paradoja del Sonido Quijano," Cafe Quijano; "No Podemos Volar," El Tri; "Uno," La Ley; "Arepa 3000," Los Amigos Invisibles; "Abre," Fito Paez.

Traditional tropical Latin album: "Rhythms for a New Millennium," Alex Acuna and Su Acuarela de Tambores; "Cuba Linda," Cachao; "Alma Caribena," Gloria Estefan; "Tribute to the Cuarteto Patria," Eliades Ochoa; "Buena Vista Social Club Presents: Omara Portuondo," Omara Portuondo.

Salsa album: "Celia Cruz and Friends: A Night of Salsa," Celia Cruz; "Evolucion," Luis Enrique; "Masterpiece/Obra Maestra," Tito Puente and Eddie Palmieri; "Son by Four," Son by Four; "Hablando del Amor," Tony Vega.

Merengue album: "El Padrino," Fulanito; "Voy a Enamorarte," Gisselle; "Masters of the Stage," Grupo Mania; "Live," Ilegales; "Olga Viva, Viva Olga," Olga Tanon.

Mexican/Mexican-American album: "Por una Mujer Bonita," Pepe Aguilar; "Quemame los Ojos," Ramon Ayala and Sus Bravos Del Norte; "Lobo Herido," Vicente Fernandez; "Atrapando tu Corazon," Grupo Atrapado; "Decimo Aniversario," Los Terribles del Norte.

Tejano album: "Quien Iva a Pensar," Jimmy Gonzalez and El Grupo Mazz; "Siempre Cuenta Conmigo," Leonardo Gonzales and Los Magnificos; "En Vivo ... Puro Party Live II," Jaime and Los Chamacos; "Que Es Musica Tejana?" The Legends; "Hasta la Cima del Cielo," Solido.

Traditional blues album: "Superharps," James Cotton, Billy Branch, Charlie Musselwhite and Sugar Ray Norcia; "Riding with the King," B.B. King and Eric Clapton; "Let the Good Times Roll," B.B. King; "Delta Crossroads," Robert Lockwood Jr.; "Milk Cow Blues," Willie Nelson.

Contemporary blues album: "Wicked," Shemekia Copeland; "Shoutin' in Key," Taj Mahal and the Phantom Blues Band; "Shake Hands With Shorty," North Mississippi Allstars; "Hoochie Man," Bobby Rush; "Royal Blue," Koko Taylor.

Traditional folk album: "Public Domain - Songs From the Wild Land," Dave Alvin; "Far Away, Down on a Georgia Farm," Norman Blake; "Live at the Royal Albert Hall," Ladysmith Black Mambazo; "My Roots Are Showing," Natalie MacMaster; "Cajun Blood," Jo-El Sonnier.

Contemporary folk album: "Mermaid Avenue Vol. II," Billy Bragg and Wilco; "American III: Solitary Man," Johnny Cash; "Transcendental Blues," Steve Earle; "Red Dirt Girl," Emmylou Harris; "Crossing Muddy Waters," John Hiatt.

Native American music album: "Tribute to the Elders," Black Lodge Singers; "Cheyenne Nation," Joseph Fire Crow; "Veterans Songs," Lakota Thunder; "Peacemaker's Journey," Joanne Shenandoah; "Gathering of Nations Pow Wow," Various artists.

Reggae album: "Life Is a Miracle," Pato Banton; "Art and Life," Beenie Man; "Let Me Be the One," Dennis Brown' "Private and Confidential," Gregory Isaacs; "Equality," Wailing Souls.

World music album: "Water from the Well," The Chieftains; "Joao Voz e Violao," Joao Gilberto; "Homeland," Miriam Makeba; "Joko (The Link)," Youssou N'Dour; "Journey With the Sun," Paul Winter and The Earth Band.

Polka album: "Another Day at the Office," Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones; "Mi Lenny Um," Lenny Gomulka and Chicago Push; "SqueezeBox," LynnMarie; "Let's Dance!" Walter Ostanek; "Touched by a Polka," Jimmy Sturr.

Musical album for children: "More Songs From Pooh Corner," Kenny Loggins; "Pillow Full of Wishes," Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer; "Still the Same Me," Sweet Honey in the Rock; "This Pretty Planet," Tom Chapin; "Woody's Roundup Featuring Riders in the Sky," Riders in the Sky.

Spoken word album for children: "The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey," (Susan Wojciechowski) James Earl Jones; "Dinosongs: Poems to Celebrate a T. Rex Named Sue," (K. M. Crotty) Susan Sarandon; "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire," (J. K. Rowling) Jim Dale; "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer," (Mark Twain) Paul Newman; "The Polar Express," (Chris Van Allsburg) Liam Neeson.

Spoken word album: "The Complete Shakespeare Sonnets," Various artists (including Kathleen Turner, Patrick Stewart, Al Pacino and others); "Married to Laughter - A Love Story Featuring Anne Meara," (Jerry Stiller) Jerry Stiller; "The Measure of a Man," (Sidney Poitier) Sidney Poitier; "On The Road - Unabridged," (Jack Kerouac) Matt Dillon; "Shopgirl," (Steve Martin) Steve Martin.

Spoken-comedy album: "Big Funny," Jeff Foxworthy; "Braindroppings," George Carlin; "I Rant, Therefore I Am," Dennis Miller; "The Original Kings of Comedy," Steve Harvey, D.L. Hughley, Cedric The Entertainer and Bernie Mac; "The Prisoner of Second Avenue," Richard Dreyfuss and Marsha Mason.

Musical-show album: "Elton John And Tim Rice's Aida," original Broadway cast, lyricist Tim Rice, composer Elton John; "Kiss Me, Kate," Brian Stokes Mitchell and Marin Mazzie with new Broadway cast, lyricist and composer Cole Porter; "Meredith Willson's The Music Man," New Broadway cast, lyricist and composer Meredith Willson; "Swing!" original-cast recording, various lyricists and composers. "The Wild Party," original cast with Toni Collette, Mandy Patinkin and Eartha Kitt, lyricist and composer Michael John LaChiusa.

Compilation soundtrack album for a motion picture, television or other visual media: "Almost Famous," various artists; "Fantasia/2000," James Levine conducting the Chicago Symphony Orchestra; "High Fidelity," various artists; "Magnolia," Aimee Mann; "The Sopranos," various artists.

Score soundtrack album for a motion picture, television or other visual media: "American Beauty," composer Thomas Newman; "The Cider House Rules," composer Rachel Portman; "Gladiator," composers Lisa Gerrard and Hans Zimmer; "Magnolia," composer Jon Brion; "Toy Story 2," composer Randy Newman.

Song written for a motion picture, television or other visual media: "The Great Beyond," (R.E.M. from "Man on the Moon"), songwriters Peter Buck, Mike Mills and Michael Stipe; "Independent Women Part I," (Destiny's Child from "Charlie's Angels"), songwriters Samuel Barnes, Beyonce Knowles, Jean Claude Olivier and Corey Rooney; "Save Me," (Aimee Mann from "Magnolia"), songwriter Aimee Mann. "Things Have Changed, (Bob Dylan from "Wonder Boys"), songwriter Bob Dylan; "When She Loved Me," (Sarah McLachlan from "Toy Story 2"), songwriter Randy Newman.

Instrumental composition: "The Egg Travels," James Newton Howard (James Newton Howard); "Round Robin," Paul McCandless (Oregon with The Moscow Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra); "Sing, Sang, Sung," Gordon Goodwin (Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band); "The Templars," Ralph Towner (Oregon with The Moscow Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra); "Theme from Angela's Ashes," John Williams (John Williams).

Instrumental arrangement: "Bach 2 Part Invention in D Minor," Gordon Goodwin; "Nice Work if You Can Get It," Jim McNeely; "Round Robin," Paul McCandless; "Spain for Sextet & Orchestra," Chick Corea; "The Summer Knows/Estate," Jorge Calandrelli.

Instrumental arrangement accompanying vocalist(s): "Both Sides Now," Vince Mendoza (Joni Mitchell); "Button Up Your Overcoat," Nnenna Freelon (Nnenna Freelon); "A Case of You," Vince Mendoza (Joni Mitchell); "Dream," Jorge Calandrelli (Ettore Stratta & His Orchestra); "I've Seen It All," Bjork, Vince Mendoza and Guy Sigsworth (Bjork featuring Thom Yorke).

Recording package: "The Concert for Garcia Lorca," (Ben Sidran); "Machina/The Machines of God," (The Smashing Pumpkins); "Music," (Madonna); "The Shaming of the True," (Kevin Gilbert); "Zenith," (The Jigsaw Seen).

Boxed recording package: "The Complete Columbia Recordings 1955-1961," (Miles Davis & John Coltrane); "The Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings," (Louis Armstrong); "The Complete Lester Young Studio Sessions on Verve," (Lester Young); "Hampton Comes Alive," (Phish); "Respect: A Century of Women in Music," (various artists).

Album notes: "The Best of Broadside 1962-1988: Anthems of the American Underground from the Pages Of Broadside Magazine," (various artists); "The Complete Columbia Recordings 1955-1961," (Miles Davis and John Coltrane); "The Complete Lester Young Studio Sessions On Verve," (Lester Young); "Hotcakes & Outtakes: 30 Years of Little Feat," (Little Feat); "The Remains of Tom Lehrer," (Tom Lehrer); "Yes I Can! The Sammy Davis Jr. Story," (Sammy Davis Jr.).

Historical album: "The Best of Broadside 1962-1988: Anthems of the American Underground from the Pages of Broadside Magazine," (various artists); "The Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings," (Louis Armstrong); "Great Moments of the 20th Century," (various artists); "Respect: A Century of Women in Music," (various artists); "The Rubinstein Collection," (Arthur Rubinstein).

Engineered album, non-classical: "Absolute Benson," (George Benson); "Here's to You, Charlie Brown: 50 Great Years!," (David Benoit); "Kid A," (Radiohead); "Oregon in Moscow," (Oregon with the Moscow Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra); "Two Against Nature," (Steely Dan).

Producer of the year, non-classical: Bill Bottrell, "Gotta Get Back" (Shelby Lynne), "I Am Shelby Lynne (Shelby Lynne); Dr. Dre, "B # # # # Please II" (Eminem featuring Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Xzibit & Nate Dogg), "Chin Check" (N.W.A.) and other recordings; Nigel Godrich, "Kid A" (Radiohead), "The Man Who" (Travis); Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, "The Best Man I Can Be (Ginuwine, R.L., Tyrese and Case), "Bliss" (Mariah Carey) and other recordings; Matt Serletic, "The American" (Angie Aparo), "I Want You to Need Me" (Celine Dion).

Remixer of the year, non-classical: Deep Dish, "Barbarella" (Sven Vath), "Music" (Madonna) and other remixes; Hex Hector, "Feelin' So Good" (Jennifer Lopez), "I Learned From the Best" (Whitney Houston) and other remixes; Maurice Joshua, "Don't Think I'm Not" (Kandi), "Independent Women" (Destiny's Child) and other remixes; Peter Rauhofer, "Greatest Love of All (Whitney Houston), "He Wasn't Man Enough (Toni Braxton) and other remixes; Richard Humpty Vission, "Alright" (Devone), "American Pie" (Madonna) and other remixes.

Engineered album, classical: "Bach: Mass in B Minor," (Martin Pearlman); "Bolero!" (Works of Kabalevsky, Deems Taylor, Liszt, etc.) (Eiji Oue); "Dvorak: Requiem, Op. 89; Sym. No. 9, Op. 95 'From the New World"' (Zdenek Macal); "Gluck: Iphigenie en Tauride" (Martin Pearlman); "Mahler: Sym. No. 1 'Titan"' (Yoel Levi).

Producer of the year, classical albums only: Manfred Eicher, "Bartok: Con. For Viola & Orch./Eotvos: Replica/Kurtag: Movement For Viola & Orch." (Kim Kashkashian, viola); "Dowland: In Darkness Let Me Dwell (Weep No More, Sad Fountains, Come Again, etc.)" (John Potter, tenor) and other recordings; Steven Epstein, "Appalachian Journey (1B; Mist Moonlight Waltz; Indecision, etc.)" (Yo-Yo Ma, cello; E. Meyer, d/bass; M. O'Connor, violin); "Corea.Concerto (Spain for Sextet & Orch., Piano Con. No. 1)" (Chick Corea, piano/conductor) and other recordings; John Fraser, "Berg: Wozzeck" (Ingo Metzmacher; Bo Skovhus, Angela Denoke), "Con Amore-Italian Opera Arias (Signore, ascolta!; Caro nome; In quelle trine morbide, etc.)" (Ruth Ann Swenson, soprano) and other recordings; Thomas Frost, "Barber/Meyer: Violin Concertos" (Hilary Hahn, violin), "Mahler: Das Lied von der Erde" (Placido Domingo, tenor; Bo Skovhus, baritone) and other recordings; James Mallinson, "Bach: Mass In B Min. (Martin Pearlman), "Brahms: Serenades Nos. 1 & 2" (Sir Charles Mackerras) and other recordings.

Classical album: "Bach: Goldberg Variations" Andreas Neubronner, producer; "Chopin: 24 Preludes, Op. 28; Son. No. 2, Op. 35; Polonaise, Op. 53" Jay David Saks, producer; "Haydn: Piano Cons. Nos. 3, 4 & 11" Tony Harrison, producer; "Mahler: Sym. No. 10" Stephen Johns, producer; "Shostakovich: The String Quartets" Da-Hong Seetoo & Max Wilcox, producers.

Orchestral performance award to the conductor and to the orchestra: "Beethoven: The Symphonies," Daniel Barenboim (Berliner Staatskapelle); "Brahms: Serenades Nos. 1 & 2," Sir Charles Mackerras (Scottish Chamber Orch.); "Mahler: Sym. No. 10," Sir Simon Rattle (Berliner Phil.); "Sibelius: En Saga, Op. 9; Lemminkainen Legends, Op. 22," Mikko Franck (Swedish Radio Sym. Orch.); "Tchaikovsky: Sym. No. 6 `Pathetique'; Romeo And Juliet, etc.," Valery Gergiev (Kirov Orch.).

Opera recording award to the Conductor, album producer(s) and principal soloists: "Berg: Wozzeck," Ingo Metzmacher; Angela Denoke; Bo Skovhus; John Fraser, producer (various artists); "Britten: Billy Budd," Richard Hickox; Simon Keenlyside; Philip Langridge; John Tomlinson; Brian Couzens, producer (London Sym. Orch.); "Busoni: Doktor Faust," Kent Nagano; Kim Begley; Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau; Dietrich Henschel; Markus Hollop; Eva Jenis; Torsten Kerl; Martin Sauer, producer (Orch. de l'Opera National de Lyon); "Prokofiev: Semyon Kotko," Valery Gergiev; Lyudmila Filatova; Viktor Lutsiuk; Olga Savova; Stan Taal, producer (Various; Kirov Orch.); "Rameau: Dardanus," Marc Minkowski; John Mark Ainsley; Veronique Gens; Laurent Naouri; Michel Gache & Arend Prohmann, producers (Les Musiciens du Louvre).

Choral performance: "Bach: Christmas Oratorio," Helmuth Rilling (Gachinger Kantorei; Bach-Collegium, Stuttgart); "Bach: Easter Cantatas BWV 6 & 66," John Eliot Gardiner (Monteverdi Chorus; The English Baroque Soloists); "Bach: Mass In B Minor," Martin Pearlman (Boston Baroque); "Bach: St. Matthew Passion," Philippe Herreweghe; Michael Ghljs, chorus master (Collegium Vocale Gent; Schola Cantorum Cantate Domino); "Penderecki: Credo," Helmuth Rilling (Oregon Bach Festival Cho.; Oregon Bach Festival Orch.).

Instrumental soloist(s) performance: "Busoni: Piano Con., Op. XXXIX," Marc-Andre Hamelin, piano; Mark Elder, conductor (The City of Birmingham Sym. Orch.); "Carter: Clarinet Concerto," Michael Collins, clarinet; Oliver Knussen, conductor (London Sinfonietta)," Track from: Carter: Clarinet Concerto; Symphonia; "Haydn: Piano Cons. Nos. 3, 4 & 11," Leif Ove Andsnes, piano/conductor (Norwegian Chamber Orch.); "Maw: Violin Concerto," Joshua Bell, violin; Sir Roger Norrington, conductor (London Phil. Orch.); Rachmaninoff: Con. No. 3 In D Min., Op. 30," Arcadi Volodos, piano; James Levine, conductor (Berlin Phil. Orch.)

Best instrumental soloist performance (without orchestra): "Bach: Goldberg Variations," Murray Perahia, piano; "Chopin: 24 Preludes, Op. 28; Son. No. 2, Op. 35; Polonaise, Op. 53," Evgeny Kissin, piano; "Dreams Of A World (Works Of Lauro, Ruiz-Pipo, Duarte, Etc.)," Sharon Isbin, guitar; "Godowsky: The Complete Studies on Chopin's Etudes," Marc-Andre Hamelin, piano; "Messiaen: Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant - Jesus (I - X)," Pierre-Laurent Aimard, piano.

Chamber-music performance award to the artists: "Beethoven/Franck: Violin Sonatas," Itzhak Perlman, violin; Martha Argerich, piano; "Debussy: The Complete Chamber Music," members of The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center; "Duos For Violin & Cello (works of Ravel, Handel, Halversen, etc.)," Lynn Harrell, cello; Kennedy, violin; "Haydn: String Quartets Op. 76 (Nos. 1-6)," Quatuor Mosaiques; "Shostakovich: The String Quartets," Emerson String Quartet.

Small ensemble performance (with or without conductor): "Diaspora Sefardi (Por que llorax blanca nina; Las Estrellas de los cielos)," Montserrat Figueras, canto; Hesperion XXI; Jordi Savall, conductor; "Hindemith: Kammermusik Nr. 2, 3, 6 & 7," members of Berliner Phil.; Claudio Abbado, conductor (Wolfram Christ, viola d'amore; Georg Faust, violoncello; Wayne Marshall, orgel; Lars Vogt, klavier); "Shadow Dances (Stravinsky Miniatures - Tango; Suite No. 1; Octet, etc.)," Orpheus Chamber Orch.; "South American Getaway (works of Villa-Lobos, Piazzolla, Salgan, etc.)," Juliane Banse, soprano; The 12 Cellists of the Berlin Phil.; "Telemann: String Concertos (Con. Polonais In G Maj.; Divertimento In B Flat Maj., etc.)," Musica Antiqua Koln; Reinhard Goebel, conductor.

Classical vocal performance: "Bach: Cantatas BWV 82, 158 & 56," Matthias Goerne, baritone; "Brahms/Liszt: Lieder (Brahms: Lieder und Gesange, Etc./Liszt: Tre sonetti di Petrarca, etc.)," Thomas Quasthoff, baritone; "Folksongs (Works Of Dvorak, Grainger, Larsson, etc.)," Anne Sofie von Otter, mezzo soprano; "Handel: Opera Arias & Cantatas (V'adoro pupille; Lascia ch'io pianga; Tra le fiamme, etc.)," Maria Bayo, soprano; "The Vivaldi Album (Dell'aura al sussurrar; Alma oppressa, ec.)," Cecilia Bartoli, mezzo soprano.

Classical contemporary composition: "Crumb: Star-Child," George Crumb, composer; "Gebbels: Surrogate Cities (Suite for Sampler & Orch.; The Horation-Three Songs, etc.)," Heiner Goebbels, composer; "Maw: Violin Concerto," Nicholas Maw, composer; "Rorem: Evidence Of Things Not Seen," Ned Rorem, composer; "Shchedrin: Concerto Cantabile," Rodion Shchedrin, composer.

Classical crossover album: "Appalachian Journey," Yo-Yo Ma, cello; Edgar Meyer. double bass; Mark O'Connor, violin; "Circle Of Life," The King's Singers; "Corea.Concerto," Chick Corea, piano/conductor; "Two Worlds," Dave Grusin, piano; Lee Ritenour, guitar; Gil Shaham, violin; "We'll Keep A Welcome - The Welsh Album," Bryn Terfel, bass-baritone (Bryan Davies, piano/organ; The Black Mountain Cho.; Risca Male Cho.; Gareth Jones; The Orch. of Welsh National Opera).

Short-form music video: "Fire," Busta Rhymes; "Learn To Fly," Foo Fighters; What Do You Say," Reba McEntire, "Broken Home," Papa Roach; "Will 2K," Will Smith.

Long-form music video: "Endless Harmony - The Beach Boys Story, A Documentary," The Beach Boys; "American Masters: Ella Fitzgerald - Something To Live For," Ella Fitzgerald; "Gimme Some Truth - The Making of John Lennon's Imagine Album," John Lennon; "Teatro," Willie Nelson; "The Art Of Piano: Great Pianists Of The 20th Century," various artists.

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