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THE 35TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS : Winners in Other Grammy Categories

February 25, 1993

Here are Wednesday's other Grammy winners (the top categories are on F3):

Pop Instrumental: "Beauty and the Beast," Nurnberg Symphony, Richard Kaufman, conductor (Track from "Symphonic Hollywood").

Rock Instrumental Performance: "Little Wing," Stevie Ray Vaughn and Double Trouble (Track from "The Sky is Crying").

Alternative Music: "Bone Machine," Tom Waits.

New Age Album: "Shepherd Moons," Enya.

Best Jazz Instrumental performance, Individual or Group: "I Heart You Twice the First Time," Branford Marsalis (album).

Jazz Instrumental Solo: "Lush Life," Joe Henderson

Large Jazz Ensemble Performance: "The Turning Point," McCoy Tyner Big Band.

Country Duo or Group With Vocal: "Emmylou Harris & the Nash Ramblers at the Ryman."

Country Vocal Collaboration: "The Whiskey Ain't Workin'," Travis Tritt and Marty Stuart.

Country Instrumental Performance: "Sneakin' Around," Chet Atkins and Jerry Reed.

Bluegrass Album: "Every Time You Say Goodbye," Alison Kraus & Union Station.

Country Song: "I Still Believe in You," Vince Gill and John Barlow Jarvis, songwriters (Gill, artist).

Rock/Contemporary Gospel Album: "Unseen Power," Petra.

Pop Gospel Album: "The Great Adventure," Steven Curtis Chapman.

Southern Gospel Album: "Sometimes Miracles Hide," Bruce Carroll.

Traditional Soul Gospel Album: "He's Working It Out for You," Shirley Caesar.

Contemporary Soul Gospel Album: "Handel's Messiah--a Soulful Celebration," various artists.

Gospel Album by a Choir or Chorus: "Edwin Hawkins Music & Arts Seminar Mass Choir-Recorded Live in Los Angeles."

Tropical Latin Album: "Frenesi," Linda Ronstadt.

Traditional Blues Album: "Goin' Back to New Orleans," Dr. John.

Contemporary Blues Album: "The Sky Is Crying," Stevie Ray Vaughn & Double Trouble.

Traditional Folk Album: "An Irish Evening Live at the Grand Opera House, Belfast With Roger Daltrey and Nanci Griffith," the Chieftains.

Contemporary Folk Album "Another Country," the Chieftains.

Reggae Album: "X-Tra Naked," Shabba Ranks.

Video, Short Form: "Digging in the Dirt" (Peter Gabriel), John Downer, video director & video producer.

Video, Long Form: "Diva" (Annie Lennox) Sophie Muller, video director; Rob Small, video line producer.

World Music Album: "Brasileiro," Sergio Mendes.

Police Album: "35th Anniversary," Walter Ostanek.

Musical Show Album: "Guys and Dolls" (The New Broadway Cast), Jay David Saks, album producer (Frank Loesser, composer and lyricist).

Children's Album: "Beauty and the Beast Soundtrack," (Various) Alan Menken and Howard Ashman.

Comedy Album: "P.D.Q. Bach: Music for an Awful Lot of Winds & Percussions," Prof. Peter Schickele.

Spoken Word or Non-Musical Album: "What You Can Do to Avoid AIDS (Earvin Magic Johnson)," Earvin Magic Johnson and Robert O'Keefe.

Instrumental Composition: "Harlem Renaissance Suite" (Track from "Harlem Renaissance ") Benny Carter, composer.

Instrumental Composition for Film or TV: "Beauty and the Beast" (Instrumental Score Portion), Alan Menken, composer.

Song Written for Film or TV: "Beauty and the Beast" (from "Beauty and the Beast") Alan Menken & Howard Ashman, songwriters.

Instrumental Arranging: "Strike Up the Band," Rob McConnell.

Instrumental, Accompanying Vocal(s): "Here's to Life," Johnny Mandel.

Engineering (Non-Classical) Album: "Dangerous" (Michael Jackson), Bruce Swedien & Teedy Riley, engineers.

Producer (Non-Classical) of the Year: Daniel Lanois & Brian Eno; L.A. Reig & Babyface (tie).

Album Package: "Spellbound" (Paula Abdul), Melanie Nissen, art.

Album Notes: "Queen of Soul" (Aretha Franklin), Dave Marsh, Jerry Wexler, David Ritz, Thulani Davis, Ahmet Ertegun, Tom Dowd & Arif Mardin.

Historical Album: "The Complete Capitol Recordings of the Nat King Cole Trio" (Nat King Cole Trio), Michael Cuscuna, album producer.

Classical Album: Mahler, Symphony No. 9-Leonard Bernstein conducting the Berlin Philharmonic (Horst Dittberner, producer).

Orchestral Performance: Mahler, Symphony No. 9-Leonard Bernstein conducting the Berlin Philharmonic.

Opera Recording: R. Strauss, "Die Frau Ohne Schatten"--Georg Solti conducting the Vienna Philharmonic, with Behrens, Varady, Runkel, Domingo, Va Dam (Jo Christopher Raeburn, Morten Winding and Stephen Trainor, producers).

Choral Work: Orff, "Carmina Burana"--Herbert Blomstedt, conducting the San Francisco Girls/Boys Chorus, SFS Chorus & San Francisco Symphony.

Instrumental Soloist With Orchestra: Prokofiev, Sinfonia Concertante/Tchaikovsky, "Variations on a Rococo Theme"--Yo-Yo Ma, cello, Lorin Maazel conducting the Pittsburgh Symphony.

Instrumental Soloist Without Orchestra: "Horowitz-Discovered Treasures"--Vladimir Horowitz, piano.

Chamber Music: Brahms, sonatas for Cello and Piano-Yo-Yo Ma, cello, Emanuel Ax, piano.

Classical Vocal performance: "Kathleen Battle at Carnegie Hall"--Kathleen Battle, soprano.

Contemporary Compsition: Samuel Barber, "The Lovers."

Engineering, Classical: R. Strauss, "Die Frau Ohne Schatten"--James Lock, John Pellowe, Johathan Stokes and Philip Siney, engineers.

Classical Producer: Michael Fine.

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