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January 15, 1988|DENNIS HUNT | Times Staff Writer

Pop Vocal by Duo or Group: "Alone," Heart. "Breakout," Swing Out Sister. "(I've Had) The Time of My Life," Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes. "La Bamba," Los Lobos. "Somewhere Out There," Linda Ronstadt and James Ingram.

New Age Performance: "Between Two Worlds," Patrick O'Hearn. "The Field," Kitaro. "Reconciliation," Liz Story. "Sweet Intentions," Montreux. "Traveler," Paul Horn. "Yusef Lateef's Little Symphony."

Male, Female Rock Vocal: "Better Be Good to Me," Tina Turner. "Don't Mean Nothing," Richard Marx. "Shakedown," Bob Seger. "Tunnel of Love" (album) Bruce Springsteen. "Unchain My Heart," Joe Cocker.

Rock Vocal by Group or Duo: "Bad Animals," Heart. "Big Generator," Yes. "By the Light of the Moon," Los Lobos. "The Joshua Tree," U2. "Keep Your Hands to Yourself," Georgia Satellites.

Female R&B Vocal: "Aretha," Aretha Franklin. "Everlasting," Natalie Cole. "For the Love of You," Whitney Houston. "Forbidden Lover," Nancy Wilson. "Looking For a New Love," Jody Watley.

Male R&B Vocal: "Bad" (single), Michael Jackson. "In the Midnight Hour," Wilson Pickett. "Just to See Her," Smokey Robinson. "Lies," Jonathan Butler. "Skeletons," Stevie Wonder.

R&B Vocal by Group or Duo: "Casanova," Levert. "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)," Aretha Franklin and George Michael. "Lean on Me," Club Nouveau. "Rock Steady," Whispers. "U Got the Look," Prince and Sheena Easton.

R&B Song: "Casanova," Reggie Calloway. "Just to See Her," Jimmy George and Lou Padrini. "Lean on Me," Bill Withers. "Skeletons" Stevie Wonder. "U Got the Look," Prince.

Jazz Fusion Performance: "A Change of Heart," David Sanborn. "Collaboration," George Benson and Earl Klugh. "Discovery," Larry Carlton. "Four Corners," Yellowjackets. "Still Life (Talking)," Pat Metheny Group.

Female Jazz Vocal: "Any Old Time," Carmen McRae. "At Home," Janis Siegel. "Brazilian Romance," Sarah Vaughan. "Diane Schuur and the Count Basie Orchestra," "Easy Living," Ella Fitzgerald.

Male Jazz Vocal: "Billy Eckstine Sings With Benny Carter." "Can't Take You Nowhere," Dave Frishberg. "Every Night," Joe Williams. "This Guy's in Love With You," Arthur Prysock. "What Is This Thing Called Love," Bobby McFerrin.

Jazz Solo Instrumental: "Cottontail," Branford Marsalis. "Marsalis Standard Time--Volume I," Wynton Marsalis. "Michael Brecker." "The Other Side of Round Midnight," Dexter Gordon. "To Bird With Love," Eddie Daniels.

Jazz Group Instrumental: "Last Nite," Larry Carlton. "Marsalis Standard Time--Volume I," Wynton Marsalis. "Michael Brecker" "To Bird With Love," Eddie Daniels. "Trio Music, Live in Europe," Chick Corea, Miroslav Vitous and Roy Haynes.

Female Country Vocal: "Angel Band," Emmylou Harris. "80's Ladies," K.T. Oslin. "King's Record Shop," Rosanne Cash. "The Last One to Know," Reba McEntire. "Love Me Like You Used To," Tanya Tucker.

Male Country Vocal: "All My Ex's Live in Texas,' George Strait. "Always & Forever," Randy Travis. "Born to Boogie," Hank Williams Jr. "Exit 0," Steve Earle. "Hillbilly Deluxe," Dwight Yoakam.

Music Video, Short Form: "Cyndi Lauper in Paris." "Horowitz in Moscow" (disc), Vladimir Horowitz. "One Voice," Barbra Streisand. "The Prince's Trust All-Star Rock Concert." "Spontaneous Inventions," Bobby McFerrin.

Music Video, Long Form: "Control--The Videos--Part II," Janet Jackson. "David Lee Roth." "Day In, Day Out," David Bowie. "Kate Bush: The Whole Story." "Land of Confusion," Genesis.

Classical Album: "The Chairman Dances," other pieces (John Adams), Edo de Waart cond.; Symphony No. 9 (Beethoven), Sir Georg Solti, cond.; Requiems (Faure and Durufle), Robert Shaw, cond.; Symphony No. 2 (Hanson), Violin Concerto (Barber), Leonard Slatkin, cond.; "Horowitz in Moscow."

Opera Recording: "Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail," Solti, cond.; "Don Giovanni," Herbert von Karajan, cond.; "Le Nozze di Figaro," Riccardo Muti, cond.; "Ariadne auf Naxos," James Levine, cond.; "Macbeth," Teatro Comunale di Bologna.

Classical Performance--Vocal Soloist: "Eight Poems of Emily Dickinson" (Copland), Marni Nixon; "Salzburg Recital," Kathleen Battle; "Soiree Francaise," Elly Ameling; Lieder (Strauss), Jesseye Norman; "Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5" (Villa-Lobos), Arleen Auger.

Classical Performance--Instrumental Soloist (without orchestra): "The Well-Tempered Clavier" Book II (Bach), Andras Schiff; Sonatas Nos. 17, 18, 26 (Beethoven), Murray Perahia; "Horowitz in Moscow;" "My Favorite Kreisler," Itzhak Perlman; Piano Pieces (Stravinsky, Wolpe, Lieberson), Peter Serkin.

Chamber Music Performance: Piano Trios (Beethoven), Perlman, Lynn Harrell and Vladimir Ashkenazy; Piano Quartet No. 1 (Brahms) Murray Perahia, Amadeus Quartet; Piano Trios (Dvorak, Mendelssohn), Beaux Arts Trio; Flute Quartets (Mozart), Jean-Pierre Rampal, Isaac Stern, Salvatore Accardo, Mstislav Rostropovich; "White Man Sleeps," Kronos Quartet.

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