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List of Grammy Winners

Posted February 27, 1997 12:00 a.m. EST

— ``Change the World,'' Eric Clapton.

ALBUM OF THE YEAR-- ``Falling Into You,'' Celine Dion.

SONG OF THE YEAR-- ``Change the World,'' Gordon Kennedy, Wayne Kirkpatrick and Tommy Sims.

MALE POP VOCAL PERFORMANCE-- ``Change the World,'' Eric Clapton.

FEMALE POP VOCAL PERFORMANCE-- ``Un-break My Heart,'' Toni Braxton.

NEW ARTIST-- LeAnn Rimes.

POP PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP-- ``Free as a Bird,'' The Beatles.

POP COLLABORATION WITH VOCALS-- ``When I Fall in Love,'' Natalie Cole and Nat King Cole.

POP INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE FOR AN ORCHESTRA, GROUP OR SOLOIST - ``The Sinister Minister,'' Bela Fleck and the Flecktones.

POP ALBUM-- ``Falling Into You,'' Celine Dion.

TRADITIONAL POP VOCAL PERFORMANCE FOR SOLOS, DUOS OR GROUPS-- ``Here's to the Ladies,'' Tony Bennett.

PRODUCER OF THE YEAR-- Babyface.

MALE ROCK VOCAL PERFORMANCE-- ``Where It's At,'' Beck.

FEMALE ROCK VOCAL PERFORMANCE-- ``If It Makes You Happy,'' Sheryl Crow.

ROCK PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP-- ``So Much To Say,'' Dave Matthews Band.

METAL PERFORMANCE-- `Tire Me,'' Rage Against the Machine Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper.

HARD ROCK PERFORMANCE-- ``Bullet With Butterfly Wings,'' The Smashing Pumpkins.

ROCK INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE-- ``SRV Shuffle,'' Jimmie Vaughan, Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt, Robert Cray, B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Dr. John and Art Neville.

ROCK SONG-- ``Give Me One Reason,'' Tracy Chapman.

ROCK ALBUM-- ``Sheryl Crow,'' Sheryl Crow.

ALTERNATIVE MUSIC PERFORMANCE-- ``Odelay,'' Beck.

FEMALE R&B PERFORMANCE-- ``You're Makin' Me High,'' Toni Braxton.

MALE R&B VOCAL PERFORMANCE-- ``Your Secret Love,'' Luther Vandross.

R&B PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP - ``Killing Me Softly With His Song,'' Fugees.

R&B SONG - ``Exhale (Shoop Shoop),'' Babyface.

R&B ALBUM - ``Words,'' The Tony Rich Project.

RAP ALBUM-- ``The Score,'' Fugees.

RAP SOLO PERFORMANCE-- ``Hey Lover,'' LL Cool J.

RAP PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP-- ``Tha Crossroads,'' Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.

COUNTRY ALBUM-- ``The Road to Ensenada,'' Lyle Lovett.

FEMALE COUNTRY VOCAL PERFORMANCE-- ``Blue,'' LeAnn Rimes.

MALE COUNTRY VOCAL PERFORMANCE-- ``Worlds Apart,'' Vince Gill.

COUNTRY PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP-- ``My Maria,'' Brooks and Dunn.

COUNTRY COLLABORATION-- ``High Lonesome Sound,'' Vince Gill featuring Alison Krauss and Union Station.

COUNTRY INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE-- ``Jam Man,'' Chet Atkins.

COUNTRY SONG-- ``Blue'' Bill Mack.

BLUEGRASS ALBUM-- ``True Life Blues: The Songs of Bill Monroe.''

NEW AGE ALBUM-- ``The Memory Of Trees,'' Enya.

CONTEMPORARY JAZZ PERFORMANCE ALBUM-- ``High Life,'' Wayne Shorter.

JAZZ VOCAL PERFORMANCE-- ``New Moon Daughter,'' Cassandra Wilson.

JAZZ INSTRUMENTAL SOLO-- ``Cabin Fever,'' Michael Brecker.

JAZZ INSTRUMENTAL, INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP-- ``Tales From the Hudson,'' Michael Brecker.

LARGE JAZZ ENSEMBLE-- ``Live at Manchester Craftsmen's Guild,'' Count Basie Orchestra.

LATIN JAZZ PERFORMANCE-- ``Portraits of Cuba,'' Paquito d'Rivera.

ROCK GOSPEL ALBUM-- ``Jesus Freak,'' DC Talk.

POP/CONTEMPORARY GOSPEL ALBUM-- ``Tribute: The Songs of Andrae Crouch,'' Various Artists.

SOUTHERN GOSPEL, COUNTRY GOSPEL OR BLUEGRASS GOSPEL ALBUM-- ``I Love to Tell the Story: 25 Timeless Hymns,'' Andy Griffith.

TRADITIONAL SOUL GOSPEL ALBUM-- ``Face to Face,'' Cissy Houston.

CONTEMPORARY SOUL GOSPEL ALBUM-- ``Whatcha Lookin' 4,'' Kirk Franklin and the Family.

GOSPEL ALBUM BY A CHOIR OR CHORUS-- ``Just a Word,'' Shirley Caesar's Outreach Convention Choir.

LATIN POP PERFORMANCE-- ``Enrique Iglesias,'' Enrique Iglesias.

TROPICAL LATIN PERFORMANCE-- ``La Rosa de los Vientos,'' Ruben Blades.

MEXICAN-AMERICAN/TEJANO MUSIC PERFORMANCE-- ``Un Millon de Rosas,'' La Mafia.

TRADITIONAL BLUES ALBUM-- ``Deep in the Blues,'' James Cotton.

CONTEMPORARY BLUES ALBUM-- ``Just Like You,'' Keb' Mo'.

TRADITIONAL FOLK ALBUM-- ``Pete,'' Pete Seeger.

CONTEMPORARY FOLK ALBUM-- ``The Ghost of Tom Joad,'' Bruce Springsteen.

REGGAE ALBUM-- ``Hall of Fame: A Tribute to Bob Marley's 50th Anniversary,'' Bunny Wailer.

WORLD MUSIC ALBUM-- ``Santiago,'' The Chieftains.

POLKA ALBUM-- ``Polka! All Night Long,'' Jimmy Sturr.

MUSICAL ALBUM FOR CHILDREN-- ``Dedicated to the One I Love,'' Linda Ronstadt.

SPOKEN WORD ALBUM FOR CHILDREN-- ``Stellaluna,'' Virginia Callaway.

SPOKEN WORD OR NONMUSICAL ALBUM-- ``It Takes A Village,'' Hillary Rodham Clinton.

SPOKEN COMEDY ALBUM-- ``Rush Limbaugh Is a Big Fat Idiot,'' Al Franken.

INSTRUMENTAL COMPOSITION-- ``Manhattan (Island of Lights and Love),'' Herbie Hancock and Jean Hancock.

INSTRUMENTAL COMPOSITION FOR A MOTION PICTURE OR TELEVISION-- ``Independence Day,'' David Arnold.

MUSICAL SHOW ALBUM-- ``Riverdance.''

SONG WRITTEN FOR A MOTION PICTURE OR FOR TELEVISION -- ``Because You Loved Me (Theme from `Up Close and Personal'),'' Diane Warren.

INSTRUMENTAL ARRANGEMENT-- ``An American Symphony,'' Michael Kamen.

INSTRUMENTAL ARRANGEMENT WITH VOCALS-- ``When I Fall in Love,'' Alan Broadbent, David Foster and Gordon Jenkins.

RECORDING PACKAGE-- ``Ultra-Lounge (Leopard Skin Sampler),'' Andy Engel and Tommy Steele.

RECORDING PACKAGE, BOXED-- ``The Complete Columbia Studio Recordings (Miles Davis and Gil Evans),'' Chika Azuma and Arnold Levine.

ALBUM NOTES-- ``The Complete Capitol Singles Collection (Frank Sinatra),'' Will Friedwald.

HISTORICAL ALBUM-- ``The Complete Columbia Studio Recordings,'' Miles Davis and Gil Evans.

ENGINEERED ALBUM, NON-CLASSICAL-- ``Q's Jook Joint,'' Francis Buckley, Al Schmitt, Bruce Swedien and Tommy Vicari.

CLASSICAL ENGINEERED RECORDING-- ``Copland: Dance Symphony; Short Symphony; Organ Symphony, Etc.,'' William Hoekstra and Lawrence Rock.

CLASSICAL PRODUCER OF THE YEAR-- Joanna Nickrenz.

CLASSICAL ALBUM-- ``Corigliano: Of Rage and Remembrance (Sym. No. 1, Etc.),'' Leonard Slatkin, conductor.

ORCHESTRAL PERFORMANCE-- ``Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet (Scenes From the Ballet),'' Michael Tilson Thomas conducting the San Francisco Symphony.

OPERA RECORDING-- ``Britten: Peter Grimes,'' Richard Hickox, conductor.

CHORAL PERFORMANCE-- ``Walton: Belshazzar's Feast'' a track from the album ``Walton: Belshazzar's Feast; Suite From Henry V, Etc.''

INSTRUMENTAL SOLOIST PERFORMANCE WITH ORCHESTRA -- ``Bartok: The Three Piano Concertos,'' Yefim Bronfman.

INSTRUMENTAL SOLOIST PERFORMANCE WITHOUT ORCHESTRA -- ``The Romantic Master,'' Earl Wild.

CHAMBER MUSIC PERFORMANCE-- ``Corigliano: String Quartet,'' Cleveland Quartet.

SMALL ENSEMBLE PERFORMANCE (WITH OR WITHOUT CONDUCTOR) -- ``Boulez: ... Explosante-Fixe ...,'' Pierre Boulez, conductor.

CLASSICAL VOCAL PERFORMANCE-- ``Opera Arias (Works of Mozart, Wagner, Borodin, Etc.),'' Bryn Terfel.

CLASSICAL CONTEMPORARY COMPOSITION-- ``Corigliano: String Quartet,'' John Corigliano.

MUSIC VIDEO, SHORT FORM-- ``Free As a Bird,'' The Beatles.

MUSIC VIDEO, LONG FORM-- ``The Beatles Anthology,'' The Beatles.

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