Complete list of 46th annual Grammy winners and nominees

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Complete list of winners and nominees in 105 categories for the 46th annual Grammy Awards:

Winners are indicated in green.

1. Record of the year: "Crazy in Love," Beyonce featuring Jay-Z; "Where Is the Love?" Black Eyed Peas and Justin Timberlake; "Clocks," Coldplay; "Lose Yourself," Eminem; "Hey Ya!" OutKast.

2. Album of the year: "Under Construction," Missy Elliott; "Fallen," Evanescence; "Speakerboxxx/The Love Below," OutKast; "Justified," Justin Timberlake; "Elephant," The White Stripes.

3. Song of the year: "Beautiful," Linda Perry (Christina Aguilera); "Dance With My Father," Richard Marx and Luther Vandross (Luther Vandross); "I'm With You," Avril Lavigne and The Matrix (Avril Lavigne); "Keep Me in Your Heart," Jorge Calderon and Warren Zevon (Warren Zevon); "Lose Yourself," J. Bass, M. Mathers and L. Resto (Eminem).

4. New artist: Evanescence; 50 Cent; Fountains of Wayne; Heather Headley; Sean Paul.

5. Female pop vocal performance: "Beautiful," Christina Aguilera; "Miss Independent," Kelly Clarkson; "White Flag," Dido; "I'm With You," Avril Lavigne; "Fallen," Sarah McLachlan.

6. Male pop vocal performance: "Any Road," George Harrison; "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," Michael McDonald; "Send Your Love," Sting; "Cry Me a River," Justin Timberlake; "Keep Me in Your Heart," Warren Zevon.

7. Pop performance by a duo or group with vocal: "Misunderstood," Bon Jovi; "Hole in the World," The Eagles; "Stacy's Mom," Fountains of Wayne; "Unwell," matchbox twenty; "Underneath It All," No Doubt.

8. Pop collaboration with vocals: "Can't Hold Us Down," Christina Aguilera and Lil' Kim; "La Vie En Rose," Tony Bennett and k.d. lang; "Gonna Change My Way of Thinking," Bob Dylan and Mavis Staples; "Feel Good Time," Pink featuring William Orbit; "Whenever I Say Your Name," Sting and Mary J. Blige.

9. Pop instrumental performance: "Patricia," Ry Cooder and Manuel Galban; "Marwa Blues," George Harrison; "Honey-Dipped," Dave Koz; "Seabiscuit," Randy Newman; "The Nutcracker Suite," The Brian Setzer Orchestra.

10. Pop instrumental album: "Peace," Jim Brickman; "Mambo Sinuendo," Ry Cooder and Manuel Galban; "Wishes," Kenny G; "N.E.W.S.," Prince; "Night Divides the Day: The Music of the Doors," George Winston.

11. Pop vocal album: "Stripped," Christina Aguilera; "Brainwashed," George Harrison; "Bare," Annie Lennox; "Motown," Michael McDonald; "Justified," Justin Timberlake.

12. Dance recording: "Love One Another," Cher; "Easy," Groove Armada; "Die Another Day," Madonna; "Come Into My World," Kylie Minogue; "Breathe," Telepopmusik.

13. Traditional pop vocal album: "A Wonderful World," Tony Bennett and k.d. lang; "The Last Concert," Rosemary Clooney; "Bette Midler Sings The Rosemary Clooney Songbook," Bette Midler; "As Time Goes By ... The Great American Songbook: Volume II," Rod Stewart; "The Movie Album," Barbra Streisand.

14. Female rock vocal performance: "Are You Happy Now?" Michelle Branch; "Losing Grip," Avril Lavigne; "Trouble," Pink; "Time of Our Lives," Bonnie Raitt; "Righteously," Lucinda Williams.

15. Male rock vocal performance: "New Killer Star," David Bowie; "Down in the Flood," Bob Dylan; "If I Could Fall in Love," Lenny Kravitz; "Gravedigger," Dave Matthews; "Return of Jackie and Judy," Tom Waits.

16. Rock performance by a duo or group with vocal: "Times Like These," Foo Fighters; "There There," Radiohead; "Calling All Angels," Train; "Seven Nation Army," The White Stripes; "Disorder in the House," Warren Zevon and Bruce Springsteen.

17. Hard rock performance: "Like a Stone," Audioslave; "Bring Me to Life," Evanescence featuring Paul McCoy; "Straight Out of Line," Godsmack; "Just Because," Jane's Addiction; "Go With the Flow," Queens of the Stone Age.

18. Metal performance: "Did My Time," Korn; "mOBSCENE," Marilyn Manson; "St. Anger," Metallica; "Smothered," Spineshank; "Inhale," Stone Sour.

19. Rock instrumental performance: "Instrumental Illness," The Allman Brothers Band; "Plan B," Jeff Beck; "Session," Linkin Park; "Squeeze," Robert Randolph and the Family Band; "Essence," Steve Vai.

20. Rock song: "Bring Me to Life," David Hodges, Amy Lee and Ben Moody (Evanescence featuring Paul McCoy); "Calling All Angels," Charlie Colin, Pat Monahan, Jimmy Stafford and Scott Underwood; "Disorder in the House," Jorge Calderon and Warren Zevon (Warren Zevon and Bruce Springsteen); "Seven Nation Army," Jack White (The White Stripes); "Someday," Chad Kroeger, Mike Kroeger, Ryan Peake and Ryan Vikedal (Nickelback).

21. Rock album: "Audioslave," Audioslave; "Fallen," Evanescence; "One by One," Foo Fighters; "More Than You Think You Are," matchbox twenty; "The Long Road," Nickelback.

22. Alternative music album: "Fight Test," The Flaming Lips; "Hail to the Thief," Radiohead; "Untitled," Sigur Ros; "Elephant," The White Stripes; "Fever to Tell," Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

23. Female R&B vocal performance: "Rain on Me," Ashanti; "Back in the Day," Erykah Badu; "Dangerously in Love," Beyonce; "Ooh!" Mary J. Blige; "I Wish I Wasn't," Heather Headley.

24. Male R&B vocal performance: "Step in the Name of Love," R. Kelly; "Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda," Brian McKnight; "Superstar," Ruben Studdard; "How You Gonna Act Like That," Tyrese; "Dance With My Father," Luther Vandross.

25. R&B Performance by a duo or group with vocals: "The Closer I Get to You," Beyonce and Luther Vandross; "Where Is the Love," Stanley Clarke featuring Glenn Lewis and Amel Larrieux; "Say Yes," Floetry; "I'll Stay," Roy Hargrove and the RH Factor featuring D'Angelo; "Busted," the Isley Brothers With Ronald Isley aka Mr. Biggs featuring JS; "Hands Up," TLC.

26. Traditional R&B vocal performance: "Hold Me," Earth, Wind and Fire; "Wonderful," Aretha Franklin; "Comin' from Where I'm From," Anthony Hamilton; "Way Up There," Patti LaBelle; "He Proposed," Kelly Price.

27. Urban/alternative performance: "Danger," Erykah Badu; "Milkshake," Kelis; "J'veux D'la Musique," Les Nubians; "Forthenight," Musiq; "Hey Ya!" OutKast.

28. R&B song: "Comin' From Where I'm From," Mark Batson and Anthony Hamilton (Anthony Hamilton); "Crazy in Love," Shawn Carter, Rich Harrison, Beyonce Knowles and Eugene Record (Beyonce featuring Jay-Z); "Dance With My Father," Richard Marx and Luther Vandross (Luther Vandross); "Danger," Erykah Badu, J. Poyser, B.R. Smith and R.C. Williams (Erykah Badu); "Rock Wit U (Awww Baby)," A. Douglas, I. Lorenzo and A. Parker (Ashanti).

29. R&B album: "Worldwide Underground," Erykah Badu; "Bittersweet," Blu Cantrell; "So Damn Happy," Aretha Franklin; "Body Kiss," The Isley Brothers featuring Ronald Isley aka Mr. Biggs; "Dance With My Father," Luther Vandross.

30. Contemporary R&B album: "Chapter II," Ashanti; "Dangerously in Love," Beyonce; "Love and Life," Mary J. Blige; "Comin' From Where I'm From," Anthony Hamilton; "Chocolate Factory," R. Kelly.

31. Female rap solo performance: "Got It Poppin'," Da Brat; "Work It," Missy Elliott; "Came Back for You," Lil' Kim; "Ride Wit Me," MC Lyte; "Go Head," Queen Latifah.

32. Male rap solo performance: "Pump It Up," Joe Budden; "Lose Yourself," Eminem; "In Da Club," 50 Cent; "Stand Up," Ludacris; "Get Busy," Sean Paul.

33. Rap performance by a duo or group: "Gossip Folks," Missy Elliott featuring Ludacris; "Magic Stick," Lil' Kim featuring 50 Cent; "Shake Ya Tailfeather," Nelly, P. Diddy and Murphy Lee; "Dipset (Santana's Town)," Juelz Santana featuring Cam'Ron; "Can't Stop Won't Stop," Young Gunz.

34. Rap/sung collaboration: "Crazy in Love," Beyonce featuring Jay-Z; "Where Is the Love?" Black Eyed Peas with Justin Timberlake; "Luv U Better," LL Cool J featuring Marc Dorsey; "Frontin'," The Neptunes featuring Pharrell Williams and Jay-Z; "Beautiful," Snoop Dogg featuring Pharrell and Uncle Charlie Wilson.

35. Rap song: "Beautiful," Calvin Broadus, Chad Hugo and Pharrell Williams (Snoop Dogg featuring Pharrell & Uncle Charlie Wilson); "Excuse Me Miss," Shawn Carter, Chad Hugo and Pharrell Williams (Jay-Z featuring Pharrell Williams); "In Da Club," M. Elizondo, C. Jackson and A. Young (50 Cent); "Lose Yourself," J. Bass, M. Mathers and L. Resto (Eminem); "Work It," Missy Elliott and Tim Mosley (Missy Elliott).

36. Rap album: "Under Construction," Missy Elliott; "Get Rich or Die Tryin'," 50 Cent; "The Blueprint 2: The Gift & The Curse," Jay-Z; "Speakerboxxx/The Love Below," OutKast; "Phrenology," The Roots.

37. Female country vocal performance: "Keep on the Sunny Side," June Carter Cash; "On Your Way Home," Patty Loveless; "This One's for the Girls," Martina McBride; "I'm Gone," Dolly Parton; "Forever and for Always," Shania Twain.

38. Male country vocal performance: "Annabelle," Ray Benson; "Next Big Thing," Vince Gill; "My Baby Don't Tolerate," Lyle Lovett; "She's My Kind of Rain," Tim McGraw; "Brokenheartsville," Joe Nichols; "Three Wooden Crosses," Randy Travis.

39. Country performance by a duo or group with vocal: "Red Dirt Road," Brooks & Dunn; "I Believe," Diamond Rio; "My Front Porch Looking In," Lonestar; "Colors," The Oak Ridge Boys; "A Simple Life," Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder.

40. Country collaboration with vocals: "Temptation," June Carter Cash and Johnny Cash; "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere," Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett; "Wurlitzer Prize (I Don't Want to Get Over You)," Willie Nelson and Norah Jones; "Beer for My Horses," Willie Nelson and Toby Keith; "How's the World Treating You," James Taylor and Alison Krauss.

41. Country instrumental performance: "Ain't Chet Yet," Ray Benson; "Cluck Old Hen," Alison Krauss and Union Station; "Spaghetti Western Swing," Brad Paisley featuring Redd Volkaert; "Pick Along," Earl Scruggs, Doc Watson and Ricky Skaggs; "Get Up John," Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder.

42. Country song: "Beer for My Horses," Scotty Emerick and Toby Keith (Willie Nelson and Toby Keith); "Celebrity," Brad Paisley (Brad Paisley); "Forever and for Always," Robert John "Mutt" Lange and Shania Twain (Shania Twain); "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere," Jim "Moose" Brown and Don Rollins (Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett); "Wave on Wave," Pat Green, David Neuhauser and Justin Pollard (Pat Green).

43. Country album: "Cry," Faith Hill; "My Baby Don't Tolerate," Lyle Lovett; "Run That by Me One More Time," Willie Nelson and Ray Price; "Live and Kickin'," Willie Nelson; "Up!" Shania Twain; "Livin', Lovin', Losin': Songs of The Louvin Brothers," Various Artists.

44. Bluegrass album: "Live," Alison Krauss and Union Station; "It's Just the Night," The Del McCoury Band; "Live at the Charleston Music Hall," Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder; "Christmas on the Mountain: A Bluegrass Christmas," Various Artists; "One Step Ahead," Rhonda Vincent.

45. New age album: "Inner Journeys: Myth and Legends," Cusco; "Solace," Michael Hoppe; "Red Moon," Peter Kater; "Sacred Journey of Ku-kai," Kitaro; "One Quiet Night," Pat Metheny.

46. Contemporary jazz album: "34th N Lex," Randy Brecker; "Rural Renewal," The Crusaders; "Sonic Trance," Nicholas Payton; "Timeagain," David Sanborn; "Time Squared," Yellowjackets.

47. Jazz vocal album: "Man in the Air," Kurt Elling; "May the Music Never End," Shirley Horn; "Nature Boy: The Standards Album," Aaron Neville; "A Little Moonlight," Dianne Reeves; "North and South," Luciana Souza.

48. Jazz instrumental solo: "Matrix," Chick Corea; "All or Nothing at All," Joey DeFrancesco; "Butch and Butch," Keith Jarrett; "Africa," Pat Martino; "All or Nothing at All," Mike Melvoin.

49. Jazz instrumental album, individual or group: "Rendezvous in New York," Chick Corea; "The Grand Unification Theory," Stefon Harris; "Extended Play, Live at Birdland," Dave Holland Quintet; "Think Tank," Pat Martino; "Alegria," Wayne Shorter.

50. Large jazz ensemble album: "You Call This a Living?" Wayne Bergeron Big Band; "Looking for America," The Carla Bley Big Band; "Wide Angles," Michael Brecker Quindectet; "XXL," Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band; "New York New Sound," Gerald Wilson Orchestra.

51. Latin jazz album: "Cuban Odyssey," Jane Bunnett; "Live at the Blue Note," Michel Camilo with Charles Flores and Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez; "Birds of a Feather," Caribbean Jazz Project; "Isla," Mark Levine & The Latin Tinge; "New Conceptions," Chucho Valdes.

52. Rock gospel album: "Worldwide," Audio Adrenaline; "Red Letterz," Fresh I.E.; "Jekyll and Hyde," Petra; "Unclassified," Robert Randolph & The Family Band; "Two Lefts Don't Make a Right ... But Three Do," Relient K.

53. Pop/contemporary gospel album: "Furthermore -- From the Studio: From the Stage," Jars of Clay; "Adoration: The Worship Album," Newsboys; "Stacie Orrico," Stacie Orrico; "Worship Again," Michael W. Smith; "Offerings II," Third Day.

54. Southern, country, or bluegrass gospel album: "Wondrous Love," Blue Highway; "The Walk," The Crabb Family; "A Cappella," Gaither Vocal Band; "Always Hear the Harmony: The Gospel Sessions," Engelbert Humperdinck, The Blackwood Brothers Quartet, The Jordanaires and The Light Crust Doughboys; "Rise and Shine," Randy Travis.

55. Traditional soul gospel album: "It's Your Time," Luther Barnes & The Sunset Jubilaires; "Go Tell It on the Mountain," The Blind Boys of Alabama; "Shirley Caesar & Friends," Shirley Caesar & Friends; "Believe," Aaron Neville; "Songs to Edify," The Sensational Nightingales; "Gotta Serve Somebody: The Gospel Songs of Bob Dylan," Various Artists.

56. Contemporary soul gospel album: "Follow the Star," T.D. Jakes and Various Artists; " ... Again," Donnie McClurkin; "Make Me Better," Ann Nesby; "The Gospel According to Jazz Chapter II," Kirk Whalum; "Bringing It All Together," Vickie Winans.

57. Gospel choir or chorus album: "Blessed by Association," New Life; "CeCe Winans Presents ... The Born Again Church Choir," Born Again Choir; "Live in Nashville," Chicago Mass Choir; "Speak Life," Colorado Mass Choir; "A Wing and a Prayer," The Potter's House Mass Choir.

58. Latin pop album: "Sincero," Chayanne; "Lo Que Te Conte Mientras Te Hacias La Dormida," La Oreja De Van Gogh; "Natalia Lafourcade," Natalia Lafourcade; "33," Luis Miguel; "No Es Lo Mismo," Alejandro Sanz.

59. Latin rock/alternative album: "Proyecto Akwid," Akwid; "Cuatro Caminos," Cafe Tacuba; "Siempre Es Hoy," Gustavo Cerati; "Superriddim Internacional," El Gran Silencio; "Dance and Dense Denso," Molotov; "President Alien," Yerba Buena.

60. Traditional tropical Latin album: "Buenos Hermanos," Ibrahim Ferrer; "Poetas Del Son," Septeto Nacional Ignacio Pineiro; "Pasado y Presente," Soneros De Verdad Presents Rubalcaba; "Barbarito Torres," Barbarito Torres; "Bajando Gervasio," Amadito Valdes.

61. Salsa/merengue album: "Regalo Del Alma," Celia Cruz; "Latin Songbird: Mi Alma y Corazon," India; "Le Preguntaba a La Luna," Victor Manuelle; "Tequila y Ron ... A Tribute to Jose Alfredo Jimenez," Ismael Miranda; "Perseverancia," Tito Rojas; "Musica Universal," Truco & Zaperoko.

62. Mexican/Mexican-American album: "Siempre Arriba," Bronco El Gigante De America; "Nuestro Destino Estaba Escrito," Intocable; "La Reina Del Sur," Los Tigres Del Norte; "Imperio," Los Tucanes De Tijuana; "Afortunado," Joan Sebastian.

63. Tejano album: "Frijoles Romanticos," Frijoles Romanticos; "Un Poco De Cambio," Eddie Gonzalez; "Si Me Faltas Tu," Jimmy Gonzalez y El Grupo Mazz; "Despues De Todo," Milagro; "Montame," Bobby Pulido.

64. Traditional blues album: "Rock 'n' Roll City," Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater featuring Los Straitjackets; "Blues Singer," Buddy Guy; "Goin' to Kansas City," Jay McShann; "That's Right!" Roomful of Blues; "Lookin' for Trouble!" Kim Wilson.

65. Contemporary blues album: "So Many Rivers," Marcia Ball; "Let's Roll," Etta James; "The Road We're On," Sonny Landreth; "Rediscovered," Howard Tate; "Wait for Me," Susan Tedeschi.

66. Traditional folk album: "Wildwood Flower," June Carter Cash; "Any Old Time," Steve Forbert; "Bon Reve," Steve Riley & The Mamou Playboys; "The Three Pickers," Earl Scruggs, Doc Watson and Ricky Skaggs; "Seeds: The Songs of Pete Seeger, Volume 3," Pete Seeger & Friends.

67. Contemporary folk album: "Rules of Travel," Rosanne Cash; "Stumble Into Grace," Emmylou Harris; "Looking for the Moon," Tom Paxton; "World Without Tears," Lucinda Williams; "The Wind," Warren Zevon.

68. Native American music album: "Reveal His Glory," Tom Bee; "Flying Free," Black Eagle; "Brotherhood," Black Lodge Singers; "Sanctuary," R. Carlos Nakai; "Still Rezin'," Northern Cree.

69. Reggae album: "Friends for Life," Buju Banton; "Freeman," Burning Spear; "Dutty Rock," Sean Paul; "Ain't Givin' Up," Third World; "No Holding Back," Wayne Wonder.

70. Traditional world music album: "Kassi Kasse," Kasse Mady Diabate; "Jibaro Hasta El Hueso: Mountain Music of Puerto Rico," Ecos De Borinquen; "The Rain," Ghazal; "Capoeira Angola 2 -- Brincando Na Roda," Grupo de Capoeira Angola Pelourinho; "Without You," Masters of Persian Music; "Sacred Tibetan Chant," The Monks of Sherab Ling Monastery.

71. Contemporary world music album: "Voz D'Amor," Cesaria Evora; "The Intercontinentals," Bill Frisell; "Nothing's in Vain (Coono du Reer)," Youssou N'Dour; "Specialist in All Styles," Orchestra Baobab; "Live in Bahia," Caetano Veloso.

72. Polka album: "Versalicious!," Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones; "Polkas in Black and White," Jerry Darlak and the Touch; "LynnMarie and the Boxhounds," LynnMarie; "Just for You," Walter Ostanek and Bob Kravos; "Strike Up the Band," Dennis Polisky and the Maestro's Men; "Let's Polka 'Round," Jimmy Sturr.

73. Musical album for children: "Baby's Broadway Lullabies," Ilene Graff; "Bon Appetit!," Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer; "Making Good Noise," Tom Chapin; "Philadelphia Chickens," Various Artists; "When Bullfrogs Croak," Zak Morgan.

74. Spoken word album for children: "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," Eric Idle; "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix," Jim Dale; "Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf/Beintus: Wolf Tracks," Bill Clinton, Mikhail Gorbachev & Sophia Loren; "Tell Me a Scary Story," Carl Reiner; "Winnie-The-Pooh," Jim Broadbent.

75. Spoken word album: "Fear Itself (Walter Mosley)," Don Cheadle; "Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them: A Fair and Balanced Look at the Right (Al Franken)," Al Franken; "Living History (Hillary Rodham Clinton)," Hillary Rodham Clinton; "The Nikki Giovanni Poetry Collection (Nikki Giovanni)," Nikki Giovanni; "When You Ride Alone You Ride With Bin Laden (Bill Maher)," Bill Maher.

76. Comedy album: "A Life in Comedy," Garrison Keillor; "Poodle Hat," "Weird Al" Yankovic; "Revolution," Margaret Cho; "Shut Up, You F***ing Baby!," David Cross; "Team Leader," George Lopez.

77. Musical show album: "Flower Drum Song," "Gypsy," "Man of La Mancha," "Movin' Out," "Nine _ The Musical."

78. Compilation soundtrack album for a motion picture, television or other visual media: "Chicago," Various Artists; "Gangs of New York," Various Artists; "Kill Bill _ Vol. 1," Various Artists; "A Mighty Wind," Various Artists; "School of Rock," Various Artists.

79. Score soundtrack album for a motion picture, television or other visual media: "Catch Me if You Can," John Williams, composer; "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets," John Williams, composer; "The Hours," Philip Glass, composer; "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers," Howard Shore, composer; "Seabiscuit," Randy Newman, composer.

80. Song written for a motion picture, television or other visual media: "Act a Fool," Christopher Bridges and Keith McMasters, songwriters, track from "2 Fast 2 Furious"; "The Hands That Built America," U2, songwriters, track from "Gangs of New York"; "I Move On," Fred Ebb and John Kander, songwriters, track from "Chicago"; "Lose Yourself," J. Bass, M. Mathers and L. Resto, songwriters, track from "8 Mile"; "A Mighty Wind," Christoher Guest, Eugene Levy and Michael McKean, songwriters, track from "A Mighty Wind."

81. Instrumental composition: "Amoroso," Vince Mendoza, composer (Stefano di Battista), from "'Round About Roma"; "Broadband," Michael Brecker, composer (Michael Brecker Quindectet), from "Wide Angles"; "Hunting Wabbits," Gordon Goodwin, composer (Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band), from "XXL"; "Precious Promises," Kim Richmond, composer (The Kim Richmond Concert Jazz Orchestra), from "Refractions"; "Sacajawea," Wayne Shorter, composer (Wayne Shorter), from "Alegria."

82. Instrumental arrangement: "Autumn in New York," Rob McConnell, arranger (Rob McConnell and The SWR Big Band), from "So Very Rob _ Boss Brass Revisited"; "Black Holes," Jim McNeely, arranger (Renee Rosnes and The Danish Radio Big Band), from "Renee Rosnes and the Danish Radio Big Band"; "Caribbean Fire Dance," John Fedchock, arranger (John Fedchock New York Big Band), from "No Nonsense"; "Oblivion," Jorge Calandrelli, arranger (Regina Carter), from "Paganini: After a Dream"; "Timbuktu," Michael Brecker and Gil Goldstein, arrangers (Michael Brecker Quindectet), from "Wide Angles."

83. Instrumental arrangement accompanying vocalist(s): "Armando's Rhumba," Chick Corea, arranger (Chick Corea and Bobby McFerrin), from "Rendezvous in New York"; "Chega De Saudade," Jorge Calandrelli, arranger (Yo-Yo Ma and Rosa Passos), from "Obrigado Brazil"; "Comes Love," Gordon Goodwin, arranger (Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band featuring Brian McKnight and Take 6)"; "In the Bleak Midwinter," John Patitucci, arranger (John Patitucci), from "Songs, Stories and Spirituals"; "Woodstock," Vince Mendoza, arranger (Joni Mitchell), from "Travelogue."

84. Recording package: "Evolve," Ani DiFranco and Brian Grunert, art directors (Ani DiFranco); "In Bright Mansions," Jim McAnally, art director (The Fisk Jubilee Singers); "Plow to the End of the Row," Jami Anderson, art director (Adrienne Young); "The Road to Bliss," Bill Dolan and Cathy Richardson, art directors (Cathy Richardson Band); "Untitled," Orri Pall DyRason, Georg Holm, Jon por Birgisson, Kjartan Sveinsson and Alex Torrance, art directors (Sigur Ros).

85. Boxed or special limited edition package: "The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions," Julian Alexander, Howard Fritzson and Seth Rothstein, art directors (Miles Davis); "Family Tree," Michael Amzalag, Mathias Augustinyak and Gabriela Fridriksdottir, art directors; "Furious Angels," Kathleen Philpott and Mark Tappin, art directors (Rob Dougan); "Scarlet's Walk," Dave Bett and Sheri Lee, art directors (Tori Amos); "Sing the Sorrow," Doug Cunningham and Jason Noto, art directors (AFI).

86. Album notes: "Count Basie and His Orchestra _ America's No. 1 Band! The Columbia Years," Loren Schoenberg, album notes writer (Count Basie and His Orchestra); "Four Women: The Nina Simone Philips Recordings," Ashley Kahn, album notes writer (Nina Simone); "Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues: A Musical Journey," Tom Piazza, album notes writer (Various Artists); "Peggy Lee _ The Singles Collection," Will Friedwald, album notes writer (Peggy Lee); "Sam Cooke With The Soul Stirrers _ The Complete Specialty Records Recordings," Daniel Wolff, album notes writer (Sam Cooke With The Soul Stirrers).

87. Historical album: "Count Basie and His Orchestra _ America's No. 1 Band! The Columbia Years," Orrin Keepnews, compilation producer; "Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues: A Musical Journey," Steve Berkowitz, Alex Gibney, Andy McKaie and Jerry Rappaport, compilation producers; "Peggy Lee _ The Singles Collection," Cy Godfrey and Steve Woof, compilation producers; "Sam Cooke With The Soul Stirrers _ The Complete Specialty Records Recordings," Bill Belmont, Ralph Kaffel and Stuart Kremsky, compilation producers; "The Wizard of Oz: Vintage Recordings From The 1903 Broadway Musical," David Maxine, compilation producer.

88. Engineered album, nonclassical: "Elephunk," Dylan Dresdow, Jun Ishizeki, Chris Lord-Alge, Tony Maserati, Jason Villaroman, engineers (Black Eyed Peas); "Hail to the Thief," Nigel Godrich and Darrell Thorp, engineers (Radiohead); "Natural Selection," Frank Filipetti, Nathaniel Kunkel, Andy Wallace and Josh Wilbur, engineers (Fuel); "Nature Boy _ The Standards Album," Dave O'Donnell, Malcolm Pollack and Elliot Scheiner, engineers (Aaron Neville); "North," Kevin Killen and Bill Moss, engineers (Elvis Costello).

89. Producer of the year, nonclassical: Nigel Godrich; Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis; The Matrix (Lauren Christy, Graham Edwards and Scott Spock); The Neptunes; OutKast.

90. Remixed recording, nonclassical: "Beautiful (Peter Rauhofer Mix)," Peter Rauhofer, remixer (Christina Aguilera); "Crazy in Love (Maurice's Soul Mix)," Maurice Joshua, remixer (Beyonce featuring Jay-Z); "Don't Make Me Come to Vegas (Timo on Tori)," Martin Buttrich and Timo Maas, remixers (Tori Amos); "Get It Together (Bill Hamel Vocal Mix)," Bill Hamel, remixer (Seal); "Lei Lo Lai (MAW Mix)," Masters at Work, remixers (The Latin Project).

91. Engineered album, classical: "Bach: The Piano Transcriptions of Bartok, Lipatti and Friedman," Leslie Ann Jones, engineer (Petronel Malan); "Brahms/Joachim: Violin Concertos," Bill Maylone and Christopher Willis, engineers (Rachel Barton); "Obrigado Brazil," Richard King and Todd Whitelock, engineers (Yo-Yo Ma); "Rainbow Body," Jack Renner, engineer (Robert Spano); "Rorem: Three Symphonies," Phil Rowlands, engineer (Jose Serebrier).

92. Producer of the year, classical: Adam Abeshouse; Manfred Eicher; Steven Epstein; Marina A. Ledin and Victor Ledin; Robina G. Young;

93. Classical album: "Britten: Violin Concerto/Walton: Viola Concerto," Mstislav Rostropovich, conductor; Maxim Vengerov, violin and viola; "Mahler: Symphony No. 3," Pierre Boulez, conductor; Anne Sofie von Otter, mezzo soprano; "Mahler: Symphony No. 3; Kindertotenlieder," Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor; Michelle DeYoung, mezzo soprano; "Rorem: Three Symphonies," Jose Serebrier, conductor; "Schumann: Symphonies 1-4; Manfred Overture, etc.," Wolfgang Sawallisch, conductor/piano.

94. Orchestral performance: "Beethoven: Symphonies 1-9," Sir Roger Norrington, conductor (Radio-Sinfonieorchester, Stuttgart des SWR); "Mahler: Symphony No. 3," Pierre Boulez, conductor (Vienna Philharmonic); "Rorem: Three Symphonies," Jose Serebrier, conductor (Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra); "Schumann: Symphonies 1-4; Manfred Overture, etc.," Wolfgang Sawallisch, conductor (The Philadelphia Orchestra); "Serebrier: Symphony No. 3; Passacaglia and Perpetuum Mobile, etc.," Jose Serebrier, conductor (Toulouse National Chamber Orchestra).

95. Opera recording: "Bartok: Bluebeards Castle, Op. 11," Peter Eotvos, conductor; Peter Fried and Cornelia Kallisch; Dietmar Wolf, producer; "Halevy: La Juive," Simone Young, conductor; Soile Isokoski, Alastair Miles, Regina Schorg, Neil Shicoff and Zoran Todorovic; Harald Steger, producer; "Janacek: Jenufa," Bernard Haitink, conductor; Jerry Hadley, Karita Mattila, Eva Randova, Anja Silja and Jorma Silvasti; Wolfram Graul, producer, "Rameau: Zoroastre," William Christie, conductor; Nathan Berg, Gaelle Mechaly, Mark Padmore and Anna-Maria Panzarella; Arnaud Moral, producer; "Thomas: Desire Under the Elms," George Manahan, conductor; Jerry Hadley, Jeffrey Lentz, Victoria Livengood, James Morris and Mel Ulrich; Thomas Z. Shepard, producer.

96. Choral performance: "Argento: Walden Pond," Dale Warland, conductor (Various Artists; The Dale Warland Singers); "Baltic Voices 1," Paul Hillier, conductor (Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir; Tallinn Chamber Orchestra); "Pergolesi: Marian Vespers," Edward Higginbottom, conductor (Sophie Daneman, soprano and Noemi Kiss, soprano; Choir of New College, Oxford; Academy of Ancient Music); "Sibelius: Cantatas," Paavo Jarvi, conductor; Tiia-Ester Loitme and Ants Soots, chorus masters (Ellerhein Girls' Choir & Estonian National Male Choir; Estonian National Symphony Orchestra); "Transcriptions (Bach/Barber/Mahler, etc.)," Laurence Equilbey (Choeur de Chambre Accentus).

97. Instrumental soloist(s) performance (with orchestra): "Beach: Piano Concerto," Kenneth Schermerhorn, conductor; Alan Feinberg, piano (Nashville Symphony Orchestra); "Britten: Violin Concerto/Walton: Viola Concerto," Mstislav Rostropovich, conductor; Maxim Vengerov, violin and viola (London Symphony Orchestra); "Prokofiev: Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Major, Op. 26/Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. 3 in D Minor, Op. 30," Mstislav Rostropovich, conductor; Mikhail Pletnev, piano (Russian National Orchestra); "Prokofiev: Sinfonia Concertante," Antonio Pappano, conductor; Han-Na Chang, cello (London Symphony Orchestra); "Svoboda: Concerto for Marimba and Orchestra, Op. 148," James DePreist, conductor; Niel DePonte, marimba (Oregon Symphony).

98. Instrumental soloist performance (without orchestra): "Bach: Goldberg Variations," Andras Schiff, piano; "Bach: Partitas 1, 3 and 6," Piotr Anderszewski, piano; "Bach: The Piano Transcriptions of Bartok, Lipatti and Friedman," Petronel Malan, piano; "Brahms: Sonata in F Minor; Intermezzo in A Minor, Etc.," Evgeny Kissin, piano; "Haydn: Piano Sonatas Nos. 29, 31, 34, 35 and 49," Emanuel Ax, piano.

99. Chamber music performance: "Berg: Lyric Suite," Kronos Quartet and Dawn Upshaw, soprano; "Bliss: String Quartet No. 1; Conversations for Flute, Oboe, Violin, Viola and Cello, Etc.," Michael Cox, flute and alto flute, Nicholas Daniel, oboe and cor anglais and Maggini Quartet; "Carter: Oboe Quartet," Speculum Musicae; "Shostakovich/Schnittke: Piano Quintets," Boris Berman, piano and Vermeer Quartet; "Vasks: String Quartet No. 4," Kronos Quartet.

100. Small ensemble performance (with or without conductor): "Chavez: Suite for Double Quartet," Jeff von der Schmidt, conductor; Southwest Chamber Music; "Goebbels: Eislermaterial," Josef Bierbichler, voice; Ensemble Modern; "Monteverdi: Madrigali Guerrieri Ed Amorosi," Rene Jacobs, conductor; Concerto Vocale (Various Artists); "Songs of Angels," Philip Pickett, conductor/symphony, recorder; New London Consort; "Vivaldi: Mandolin Concertos," Fabio Biondi, violin/conductor; Europa Galante.

101. Classical vocal performance: "Argento: Casa Guidi," Frederica von Stade, mezzo soprano; "Britten: The Canticles," Ian Bostridge, tenor, David Daniels, countertenor and Christopher Maltman, baritone; "Im Chambre Separee: The Operetta Album," Barbara Bonney, soprano; "Schubert: Lieder With Orchestra," Thomas Quasthoff, bass-baritone and Anne Sofie von Otter, mezzo soprano; "Songs of the Spanish Renaissance, Vol. 1," Montserrat Caballe, soprano.

102. Classical contemporary composition: "Argento: Casa Guidi," Dominick Argento (Frederica von Stade, mezzo soprano; Eiji Oue; Minnesota Orchestra); "Kurtag: Signs, Games and Messages," Gy Jorgy Kurtag (Orlando Trio); "Lees: Symphony No. 5 'Kalmar Nyckel'," Benjamin Lees (Stephen Gunzenhauser; Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz); "Rochberg: Symphony No. 5," George Rochberg (Christopher Lyndon-Gee; Saarbrucken Radio Symphony Orchestra); "Serebrier: Symphony No. 3," Jose Serebrier (Carole Farley, soprano; Jose Serebrier; Toulouse National Chamber Orchestra).

103. Classical crossover album: "The Gorey End," Kronos Quartet and the Tiger Lillies; "Herrmann: The Day the Earth Stood Still," Joel McNeely, conductor; "Into the Blue," Ali Jackson, drums, Emmanuel Pahud, flute, Sean Smith, double bass and Jacky Terrasson, piano; "Obrigado Brazil," Jorge Calandrelli, conductor, Yo-Yo Ma, cello (Various Artists); "Our American Journey," Joseph Jennings, conductor; Chanticleer.

104. Short form music video: "Hurt," Johnny Cash; "The Scientist," Coldplay; "Die Another Day," Madonna; "Concrete Angel," Martina McBride; "Hey Ya!" OutKast.

105. Long form music video: "Legend," Sam Cooke; "Phase One: Celebrity Take Down," Gorillaz; "The American Folk Blues Festival 1962-1966, Volume 1," Various Artists; "Leonard Bernstein: Trouble in Tahiti," Various Artists; "Muddy Waters Can't Be Satisfied," Muddy Waters.

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