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Byline: Associated Press

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

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

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

3. 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).

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

5. 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.

6. Male Pop Vocal Performance: ``You Sang to Me,'' Marc Anthony; ``Taking You Home,'' Don Henley; ``She Bangs,'' Ricky Martin; ``6, 8, 12,'' Brian McKnight; ``She Walks This Earth (Soberana Rosa),'' Sting.

7. 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.

8. 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.

9. 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.

10. 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.

11. 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.

12. 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.

13. 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.

14. 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.

15. 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.

16. 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.

17. 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.

18. 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.

19. 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.

20. 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).

21. 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.

22. Alternative Music Album: ``When the Pawn,'' Fiona Apple; ``Midnite Vultures,'' Beck; ``Bloodflowers,'' the Cure; ``Liverpool Sound Collage,'' Paul McCartney; ``Kid A,'' Radiohead.

23. 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.

24. 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.

25. 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.

26. 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).

27. 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.

28. 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.

29. Rap Solo Performance: ``The Light,'' Common; ``Party Up,'' DMX; ``The Real Slim Shady,'' Eminem; ``Shake Ya Ass,'' Mystikal; ``Country Grammar,'' Nelly.

30. 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.

31. 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.

32. 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.

33. 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.

34. 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.

35. 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.

36. 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.

37. 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).

38. 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.

39. 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.

40. 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.

41. 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.

42. 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.

43. 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.

44. 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.

45. 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.

46. 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.

47. Rock Gospel Album: ``Lay It Down,'' Jennifer Knapp; ``Double Take,'' Petra; ``Third Verse,'' Smalltown Poets; ``Learning to Breathe,'' Switchfoot; ``Offerings,'' Third Day.

48. 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.

49. 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.

50. Traditional Soul Gospel Album: ``You Can Make It,'' Shirley Caesar; ``It Was You,'' Mighty Clouds of Joy; ``Family & Friends Live From Detroit,'' the Rev. James Moore; ``Devotion,'' Aaron Neville; ``Ole Rickety Bridge,'' Dorothy Norwood; ``The Concert,'' the Williams Brothers.

51. 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.

52. 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; the 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; ``,'' the Tri-City Singers, Donald Lawrence, choir director.

53. 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.

54. 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.

55. 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.

56. 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.

57. Merengue Album: ``El Padrino,'' Fulanito; ``Voy a Enamorarte,'' Gisselle; ``Masters of the Stage,'' Grupo Mania; ``Live,'' Ilegales; ``Olga Viva, Viva Olga,'' Olga Tanon.

58. 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.

59. 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.

60. 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.

61. 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.

62. 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.

63. 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.

64. 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.

65. 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.

66. 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.

67. 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.

68. 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.

69. 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.

70. 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.

71. 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.

72. 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.

73. 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.

74. 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.

75. 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.

76. 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).

77. 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.

78. 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).

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

80. 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).

81. 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.).

82. 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).

82. 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).

84. 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).

85. 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.

86. 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).

87. Producer of the Year, Classical Albums Only: Manfred Eicher, ``Bartok: Concerto for Viola & Orchestra/Eotvos: Replica/Kurtag: Movement for Viola & Orchestra'' (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 & Orchestra, 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.

88. 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.

89. 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 Orchestra); ``Mahler: Sym. No. 10,'' Sir Simon Rattle (Berliner Phil.); ``Sibelius: En Saga, Op. 9; Lemminkainen Legends, Op. 22,'' Mikko Franck (Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra); ``Tchaikovsky: Sym. No. 6 'Pathetique'; Romeo and Juliet, etc.,'' Valery Gergiev (Kirov Orchestra).

90. 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. Orchestra); ``Busoni: Doktor Faust,'' Kent Nagano; Kim Begley; Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau; Dietrich Henschel; Markus Hollop; Eva Jenis; Torsten Kerl; Martin Sauer, producer (Orchestra de l'Opera National de Lyon); ``Prokofiev: Semyon Kotko,'' Valery Gergiev; Lyudmila Filatova; Viktor Lutsiuk; Olga Savova; Stan Taal, producer (Various; Kirov Orchestra); ``Rameau: Dardanus,'' Marc Minkowski; John Mark Ainsley; Veronique Gens; Laurent Naouri; Michel Gache & Arend Prohmann, producers (Les Musiciens du Louvre).

91. 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 Chorus; Oregon Bach Festival Orchestra).

92. Instrumental Soloist(s) Performance: ``Busoni: Piano Con., Op. XXXIX,'' Marc-Andre Hamelin, piano; Mark Elder, conductor (the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra); ``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 Orchestra); ``Maw: Violin Concerto,'' Joshua Bell, violin; Sir Roger Norrington, conductor (London Philharmonic Orchestra); Rachmaninoff: Con. No. 3 in D Min., Op. 30,'' Arcadi Volodos, piano; James Levine, conductor (Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra)

93. 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.

94. 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.

95. 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 Orchestra; ``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.

96. 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.

97. Classical Contemporary Composition: ``Crumb: Star-Child,'' George Crumb, composer; ``Gebbels: Surrogate Cities (Suite for Sampler & Orchestra; 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.

98. 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 Chorus; Risca Male Chorus; Gareth Jones; the Orchestra of Welsh National Opera).

99. 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.

100. 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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(1) ``Ooops!...I Did it Again,'' brought Britney Spears nominations for female pop vocal performance and pop vocal album.

(2) Steely Dan received Grammy nods in four categories, including album of the year, for ``Two Against Nature.''
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