34th Annual Grammy Award Winners

GENERAL Record of the year: "Unforgettable," Natalie Cole (producer, David Foster).

Album of the year: "Unforgettable," Natalie Cole.

Song of the year: "Unforgettable," Irving Gordon.

New artist: Marc Cohn.

POP Pop vocal performance, female: "Something to Talk About" (single), Bonnie Raitt.

Pop vocal performance, male: "When a Man Loves a Woman" (single), Michael Bolton.

Pop performance by a duo or group with vocal: "Losing My Religion" (single), R.E.M.

Traditional pop performance: "Unforgettable" (single), Natalie Cole (with Nat King Cole).

Pop instrumental performance: "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves" (album), Michael Kamen, cond. Greater Los Angeles Orch.

ROCK Rock vocal performance, solo: "Luck of the Draw" (album), Bonnie Raitt.

Rock performance by a duo or group with vocal: "Good Man, Good Woman" (track from "Luck of the Draw"), Bonnie Raitt and Delbert McClinton.

Hard rock performance with vocal: "For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge" (album), Van Halen.

Metal performance with vocal: "Metallica" (album), Metallica.

Rock instrumental performance: "Cliffs of Dover" (single), Eric Johnson.

Rock song: "Soul Cages," Sting.

ALTERNATIVE MUSIC Alternative music album: "Out of Time," R.E.M.

RHYTHM & BLUES R&B; vocal performance, female: (tie) "Burnin" (album), Patti LaBelle; "How Can I Ease the Pain" (single), Lisa Fischer;

R&B; vocal performance, male: "Power of Love," (album) Luther Vandross.

R&B; performance by a duo or group with vocal: "Cooleyhighharmony" (album), Boyz II Men.

R&B; song: "Power of Love/Love Power" (single), Luther Vandross, Marcus Miller, Teddy Vann.

Rap solo performance: "Mama Said Knock You Out" (single), LL Cool J.

Rap performance by a duo or group: "Summertime" (single), D.J. Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince.

NEW AGE New age album: "Fresh Aire 7," Mannheim Steamroller.

JAZZ Contemporary jazz performance: "Sassy" (track from "The Offbeat of Avenues"), Manhattan Transfer.

Jazz vocal performance: "He Is Christmas" (album), Take 6.

Jazz instrumental solo: "I Remember You" (track from "Serenity"), Stan Getz.

Jazz instrumental performance, group: "Saturday Night at the Blue Note," Oscar Peterson Trio.

Large jazz ensemble performance: "Live at the Royal Festival Hall," Dizzy Gillespie & the United Nation Orchestra.

COUNTRY Country vocal performance, female: "Down at the Twist and Shout" (single), Mary-Chapin Carpenter.

Country vocal performance, male: "Ropin' the Wind" (album), Garth Brooks.

Country performance by a duo or group with vocal: "Love Can Build a Bridge" (single), the Judds.

Country vocal collaboration (for duos or groups of artists who do not normally sing together): "Restless" (single), Steve Wariner, Ricky Skaggs and Vince Gill.

Country instrumental performance: "The New Nashville Cats" (album), Mark O'Connor.

Bluegrass album, vocal or instrumental: "Spring Training," Carl Jackson, John Starling & the Nash Ramblers.

Country song: "Love Can Build a Bridge," Naomi Judd, John Jarvis and Paul Overstreet.

GOSPEL Rock/contemporary gospel album for solos, duos or groups: "Under Their Influence," Russ Taff.

Pop gospel album for solos, duos or groups: "For the Sake of the Call," Steven Curtis Chapman.

Southern gospel album for solos, duos or groups: "Homecoming," the Gaither Vocal Band.

Traditional soul gospel album for solos, duos or groups: "Pray for Me," Mighty Clouds of Joy.

Contemporary soul gospel album for solos, duos or groups: "Different Lifestyles," BeBe & CeCe Winans.

Gospel album by a choir or chorus: "The Evolution of Gospel," Sounds of Blackness, Gary Hines, choir director.

LATIN Latin pop album, vocal or instrumental: "Cosas del Amor," Vikki Carr.

Tropical Latin album: "Bachata Rosa," Juan Luis Guerra.

Mexican/American album: "16 De Septiembre," Little Joe.

BLUES Traditional blues album: "Live at the Apollo," B.B. King.

Contemporary blues album: "Damn Right, I've Got the Blues," Buddy Guy.

FOLK Traditional folk album: "The Civil War (original soundtrack recording)," Ken Burns and John Coldy, producers.

Contemporary folk album: "The Missing Years," John Prine.

REGGAE Reggae album: "As Raw as Ever," Shabba Ranks.

WORLD MUSIC World music album: "Planet Drum," Mickey Hart.

POLKA Polka album: "Live! At Gilley's," Jimmy Sturr & His Orchestra.

CHILDREN'S Album for children: "A Cappella Kids," the Maranatha! Kids.

COMEDY Comedy album: "P.D.Q. Bach: WTWP Classical Talkity-Talk Radio," Professor Peter Schickele.

SPOKEN-DOCUMENTARY Spoken word or non-musical album: "The Civil War," Ken Burns.

MUSICAL SHOW Musical show album: "The Will Rogers Follies" (original Broadway cast album), Cy Coleman and Mike Berniker, producers, Betty Comden, Adolph Green, lyricists, Cy Coleman, composer.

COMPOSING Instrumental composition: "Basque," (track from "The Wind Beneath My Wings") Elton John.

Instrumental composition written for a motion picture or television: "Dances With Wolves," John Barry.

Song written specifically for a motion picture or for television: "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You" (from "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves") single, Bryan Adams, Robert John (Mutt) Lange and Michael Kamen.

MUSIC VIDEO Music video--short form: "Losing My Religion," R.E.M., Tarsem, video director, Dave Ramser, video line producer.

Music video--long form: "Madonna: Blond Ambition World Tour Live," Madonna, David Mallet/Mark (Aldo) Miceli, video directors, Tony Eaton, video line producer.

ARRANGING Arrangement on an Instrumental: "Medley: Bess You Is My Woman/I Love You Porgy" (track from "The Gershwin Connection"), Dave Grusin, arranger.

Instrumental arrangement accompanying vocal(s): "Unforgettable" (single), Johnny Mandel.

ENGINEERING Best engineered album (non-classical): "Unforgettable," Al Schmitt, Woody Woodruff and Armin Steiner.

PRODUCER Producer of the year (non-classical): David Foster.

ALBUM PACKAGE Album package: "Billie Holiday, the Complete Decca Recordings," Vartan, art director.

ALBUM NOTES Album notes: "Star Time," James Brown (intro), Cliff White, Harry Weinger, Nelson George and Alan M. Leeds.

HISTORICAL Historical album: "Billie Holiday, the Complete Decca Recordings," Steven Lasker and Andy McKaie, producers.

CLASSICAL Classical album: "Candide" (Bernstein); Leonard Bernstein conductor, London Symphony Orchestra, Hadley, Anderson, Ludwig, Green, Gedda.

Orchestral performance: Symphony. No. 1 (Corigliano); Daniel Barenboim conductor, Chicago Symphony.

Opera recording: "Gotterdammerung" (Wagner); James Levine, conductor, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Behrens, Studer, Schwarz, Goldberg, Weikl.

Choral performance: Mass in B Minor (Bach); Georg Solti, conductor, Chicago Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, Margaret Hillis, choral director

Instrumental soloist(s) (with orchestra): Piano Concerto (Barber); John Browning, piano, Leonard Slatkin conductor, St. Louis Symphony.

Instrumental soloist (without orchestra): Granados: "Goyescas, Allegro de Concierto, Danza Lenta," Alicia de Larrocha, piano.

Chamber music performance: Piano Quartets (Brahms); Isaac Stern, violin; Jaime Laredo, viola; Yo-Yo Ma, cello; Emanuel Ax, piano.

Classical vocal performance: "The Girl With Orange Lips," Dawn Upshaw, soprano.

Contemporary composition: Symphony No. 1 (Corigliano),.

Best engineered recording, classical: Symphony No. 1, Piano Concerto (Barber); Leonard Slatkin conducting St. Louis Symphony, John Browning, piano, William Hockstra, engineer.

Classical producer of the year: James Mallinson.

For the Record Los Angeles Times Thursday February 27, 1992 Home Edition Calendar Part F Page 3 Column 3 Entertainment Desk 1 inches; 35 words Type of Material: Correction Incorrect Grammy winner-- Gregor Zielinski was the winner of the Grammy for best engineered classical recording, for "Candide" (Bernstein), Leonard Bernstein conducting London Symphony. An incorrect winner was listed in Wednesday's Calendar.
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