Already — list of most Grammy winners

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The telecast begins in 30 minutes, but as you might have guessed the vast majority of awards are given out in the pre-show. So here's the partial list of winners at Sunday’s 49th annual Grammy Awards:

Short Form Music Video: ‘‘Here It Goes Again,’’ OK Go.
Long Form Music Video: ‘‘Wings for Wheels: The Making of Born to Run,’’ Bruce Springsteen.
Recording Package: ‘‘10,000 Days,’’ Adam Jones, art director (Tool).
Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package: ‘‘Stadium Arcadium,’’ Flea, John Frusciante, Anthony Kiedis, Chad Smith and Matt Taylor, art directors (Red Hot Chili Peppers).
Album Notes: ‘‘If You Got to Ask, You Ain’t Got It!’’ Dan Morgenstern, album notes writer (Fats Waller).
Historical Album: ‘‘Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry 1891-1922.’’
Engineered Album, Classical: ‘‘Elgar: Enigma Variations; Britten: the Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, Four Sea Interludes,’’ Michael Bishop, engineer (Paavo Jarvi and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra).
Producer of the Year, Classical: Elaine Martone.
Classical Album: ‘‘Mahler: Symphony No. 7,’’ Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor, Andreas Neubronner, producer (San Francisco Symphony).
Orchestral Performance: ‘‘Mahler: Symphony No. 7,’’ Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor (San Francisco Symphony).
Opera Recording: ‘‘Golijov: Ainadamar: Fountain of Tears,’’ Robert Spano, conductor, Kelley O’Connor and Dawn Upshaw; Valerie Gross and Sid McLauchlan, producers (Women of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra).
Choral Performance: ‘‘Part: Da Pacem,’’ Paul Hillier, conductor (Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir).
Instrumental Soloist(s) Performance (with Orchestra): ‘‘Messiaen: Oiseaux Exotiques (Exotic Birds),’’ John McLaughlin Williams, conductor; Angelin Chang (Cleveland Chamber Symphony).
Instrumental Soloist Performance (without Orchestra): ‘‘Chopin: Nocturnes,’’ Maurizio Pollini.
Chamber Music Performance: ‘‘Intimate Voices,’’ Emerson String Quartet.
Small Ensemble Performance: ‘‘Padilla: Sun of Justice,’’ Peter Rutenberg, conductor (Los Angeles Chamber Singers’ Cappella).
Classical Vocal Performance: ‘‘Rilke Songs,’’ Lorraine Hunt Lieberson (Peter Serkin), track from Lieberson: Rilke Songs, The Six Realms, Horn Concerto.
Classical Contemporary Composition: ‘‘Golijov: Ainadamar: Fountain of Tears,’’ Osvaldo Golijov (Robert Spano).
Classical Crossover Album: ‘‘Simple Gifts,’’ Bryn Terfel (London Voices; London Symphony Orchestra).
Latin Pop Album: ‘‘Adentro,’’ Arjona.
Latin Rock, Alternative or Urban Album: ‘‘Amar Es Combatir,’’ Mana.
Tropical Latin Album: ‘‘Directo Al Corazon,’’ Gilberto Santa Rosa.
Mexican/Mexican-American Album: ‘‘Historias De Mi Tierra,’’ Pepe Aguilar.
Tejano Album: ‘‘Sigue El Taconazo,’’ Chente Barrera.
Norteno Album: ‘‘Historias Que Contar,’’ Los Tigres Del Norte.
Banda Album: ‘‘Mas Alla Del Sol,’’ Joan Sebastian.
Rap Solo Performance: ‘‘What You Know,’’ T.I.
Rap Performance by a Duo or Group: ‘‘Ridin,’’ Chamillionaire featuring Krayzie Bone.
Rap/Sung Collaboration: ‘‘My Love,’’ Justin Timberlake featuring T.I.
Rap Song: ‘‘Money Maker,’’ Christopher Bridges and Pharrell Williams (Ludacris featuring; ‘‘Ridin,’’ Anthony Henderson, J. Slainas, O. Salinas and Hakeem Seriki.
Gospel Performance: ‘‘Victory,’’ Yolanda Adams.
Gospel Song: ‘‘Imagine Me,’’ Kirk Franklin (Kirk Franklin).
Rock or Rap Gospel Album: ‘‘Turn Around,’’ Jonny Lang.
Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album: ‘‘Wherever You Are,’’ Third Day.
Southern, Country, or Bluegrass Gospel Album: ‘‘Glory Train,’’ Randy Travis.
Traditional Gospel Album: ‘‘Alive in South Africa,’’ Israel and New Breed.
Contemporary R&B Gospel Album: ‘‘Hero,’’ Kirk Franklin.
Traditional Blues Album: ‘‘Risin’ With the Blues,’’ Ike Turner.
Contemporary Blues Album: ‘‘After the Rain,’’ Irma Thomas.
Compilation Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: ‘‘Walk the Line,’’ Joaquin Phoenix and Various Artists.
Score Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: ‘‘Memoirs of a Geisha,’’ John Williams, composer.
Song Written for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: ‘‘Our Town (From Cars),’’ Randy Newman (James Taylor).
Instrumental Composition: ‘‘A Prayer for Peace,’’ John Williams, composer (John Williams), from ‘‘Munich — Soundtrack.’’
Instrumental Arrangement: ‘‘Three Ghouls,’’ Chick Corea, arranger (Chick Corea), from ‘‘The Ultimate Adventure.’’
Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s): ‘‘For Once in My Life,’’ Jorge Calandrelli, arranger (Tony Bennett and Stevie Wonder), from ‘‘Duets: an American Classic.’’
Traditional Folk Album: ‘‘We Shall Overcome — the Seeger Sessions,’’ Bruce Springsteen.
Contemporary Folk/Americana Album: ‘‘Modern Times,’’ Bob Dylan.
Native American Music Album: ‘‘Dance With the Wind,’’ Mary Youngblood.
Hawaiian Music Album: ‘‘Legends of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar — Live From Maui,’’ Various Artists.
Reggae Album: ‘‘Love Is My Religion,’’ Ziggy Marley.
Traditional World Music Album: ‘‘Blessed,’’ Soweto Gospel Choir.
Contemporary World Music Album: ‘‘Wonder Wheel,’’ the Klezmatics.
Polka Album: ‘‘Polka in Paradise,’’ Jimmy Sturr and His Orchestra.
Musical Show Album: ‘‘Jersey Boys.’’
Engineered Album, Non-Classical: ‘‘At War With the Mystics,’’ the Flaming Lips and Dave Fridmann, engineers (The Flaming Lips).
Remixed Recording, Non-Classical: ‘‘Talk (Thin White Duke Mix),’’ Jacques Lu Cont, remixer (Coldplay).
Surround Sound Album: ‘‘Morph the Cat,’’ Darcy Proper, surround mastering.
Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Rick Rubin.
Musical Album for Children: ‘‘Catch That Train,’’ Dan Zanes and Friends.
Spoken Word Album for Children: ‘‘Blah Blah Blah: Stories About Clams, Swamp Monsters, Pirates and Dogs,’’ Bill Harley.
Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books and Story Telling). (Tie): ‘‘Our Endangered Values: America’s Moral Crisis (Jimmy Carter),’’ Jimmy Carter. ‘‘With Ossie and Ruby: In This Life Together (Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee),’’ Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee.
Comedy Album: ‘‘The Carnegie Hall Performance,’’ Lewis Black.
New Age Album: ‘‘Amarantine,’’ Enya.
Contemporary Jazz Album: ‘‘The Hidden Land,’’ Bela Fleck and the Flecktones.
Jazz Instrumental Solo: ‘‘Some Skunk Funk,’’ Michael Brecker.
Jazz Instrumental Album, Individual or Group: ‘‘The Ultimate Adventure,’’ Chick Corea.
Large Jazz Ensemble Album: ‘‘Some Skunk Funk,’’ Randy Brecker With Michael Brecker, Jim Beard, Will Lee, Peter Erskine, Marcio.
Latin Jazz Album: ‘‘Simpatico,’’ the Brian Lynch/Eddie Palmieri Project.
Pop Instrumental Performance: ‘‘Mornin’,’’ George Benson (& Al Jarreau).
Pop Instrumental Album: ‘‘Fingerprints,’’ Peter Frampton.
Dance Recording: ‘‘Sexy Back,’’ Justin Timberlake and Timbaland.
Electronic/Dance Album: ‘‘Confessions on a Dance Floor,’’ Madonna.
Traditional Pop Vocal Album: ‘‘Duets: an American Classic,’’ Tony Bennett.
Male R&B Vocal Performance: ‘‘Heaven,’’ John Legend.
R&B Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: ‘‘Family Affair,’’ (Sly and the Family Stone), John Legend, Joss Stone With Van Hunt.
Traditional R&B Vocal Performance: ‘‘God Bless the Child,’’ George Benson and Al Jarreau featuring Jill Scott.
Urban/Alternative Performance: ‘‘Crazy,’’ Gnarls Barkley.
R&B Song: ‘‘Be Without You,’’ Johnta Austin, Mary J. Blige, Bryan-Michael Cox and Jason Perry (Mary J. Blige).
Contemporary R&B Album: ‘‘B’Day,’’ Beyonce.
Female Country Vocal Performance: ‘‘Jesus, Take the Wheel,’’ Carrie Underwood.
Male Country Vocal Performance: ‘‘The Reason Why,’’ Vince Gill.
Country Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal: ‘‘Not Ready to Make Nice,’’ Dixie Chicks.
Country Collaboration With Vocals: ‘‘Who Says You Can’t Go Home,’’ Bon Jovi and Jennifer Nettles.
Country Instrumental Performance: ‘‘Whiskey Before Breakfast,’’ Bryan Sutton and Doc Watson.
Country Song: ‘‘Jesus, Take the Wheel,’’ Brett James, Hillary Lindsey and Gordie Sampson (Carrie Underwood).
Bluegrass Album: ‘‘Instrumentals,’’ Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder.
Jazz Vocal Album: ‘‘Turned to Blue,’’ Nancy Wilson.
Female Pop Vocal Performance: ‘‘Ain’t No Other Man,’’ Christina Aguilera.
Male Pop Vocal Performance: ‘‘Waiting on the World to Change,’’ John Mayer.
Pop Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal: ‘‘My Humps,’’ Black Eyed Peas.
Solo Rock Vocal Performance: ‘‘Someday Baby,’’ Bob Dylan.
Rock Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal: ‘‘Dani California,’’ Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Hard Rock Performance: ‘‘Woman,’’ Wolfmother.
Metal Performance: ‘‘Eyes of the Insane,’’ Slayer.
Rock Instrumental Performance: ‘‘The Wizard Turns On ... ,’’ the Flaming Lips.
Rock Song: ‘‘Dani California,’’ Flea, John Frusciante, Anthony Kiedis and Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers);
Alternative Music Album: ‘‘St. Elsewhere,’’ Gnarls Barkley.
AP-CS-02-11-07 1917EST

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