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12th Latin Grammy Awards 2011 Nominations

12th Latin Grammy Awards 2011 Nominations
Annual Latin Grammy Awards will be held in November 10, 2011 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. Irreverent hip-hop music duo Calle 13 got a record 10 Latin Grammy nominations Wednesday, including album, record and song of the year. The eligibility period for recordings to be nominated is July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011. The show will be aired on Univision. The nominees for the 12th Latin Grammy Awards were announced on Wednesday September 14, 2011 in Los Angeles. Here's the complete nominees :

General Field

Record of the Year

Album of the Year

Song of the Year

Best New Artist

Pop

Best Female Pop Vocal Album

Best Male Pop Vocal Album

Best Pop Album by a Duo/Group with Vocals

Urban Field

Best Urban Music Album

Best Urban Song

Rock

Best Rock Album

Best Rock Song

  • Carajo — "Ácido" (Songwriters: Carajo)
  • No Te Va Gustar — "Chau" (Songwriter: Emiliano Brancciari)
  • Zoé — "Labios Rotos" (León Larregui and Zoé)
  • La Renga — "Poder" (Songwriter: Gustávo Napoli)
  • La Vida Bohème — "Radio Capital" (Songwriters: La Vida Bohème)

Alternative

Best Alternative Music Album

Best Alternative Song

  • Calle 13 — "Calma Pueblo" (Songwriters: Rafa Arcaute and Calle 13)
  • San Pascualito Rey — "Salgamos de Aquí" (Songwriter: Pascual Reyes)
  • Doctor Krápula — "Somos" (Songwriters: Doctor Krápula)
  • Fidel Nadal — "Te Robaste Mi Corazón" (Songwriters: DJ Blass and Fidel Nadal)
  • Sie7e — "Tengo Tu Love" (Songwriter: Sie7e)

Tropical

Best Salsa Album
Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album
Best Contemporary Tropical Album
Best Traditional Tropical Album
Best Tropical Song

Singer-Songwriter

Best Singer-Songwriter Album

Regional Mexican

Best Ranchero Album
Best Banda Album
Best Tejano Album
Best Norteño Album
Best Regional Song

Instrumental

Best Instrumental Album

Traditional

Best Folk Album
Best Tango Album
Best Flamenco Album

Jazz

Best Latin Jazz Album

  • Paquito D'Rivera and Pepe Rivero — Clazz: Continental Latin Jazz. Live At Barcelona, Teatre Paral.lel 2011
  • Paquito D'RiveraPanamericana Suite
  • Bobby Sanabria conducting The Manhattan School of Music Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra — Tito Puente Masterworks Live!!!
  • Chuchito Valdés — New York Is Now! / Viva El Sonido Cubano
  • Dave ValentinPure Imagination

Christian

Best Christian Album (Spanish Language)

  • Moisés Angulo — Alégrense!
  • Marco BarrientosTransformados
  • Alex CamposLenguaje De Amor
  • Funky — Reset
  • Ingrid Rosario — Cuan Gran Amor
  • Tercer Cielo — Viaje A Las Estrellas

Best Christian Album (Portuguese Language)

  • Aline Barros — Extraordinário Amor De Deus
  • Ministério Adoração e Vida — Em Santidade
  • Rosa de Saron — Horizonte Vivo Distante
  • Various Artists — Uma História Em Canções
  • Pe. Zezinho, scj — Quando Deus Se Calou

Brazilian

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album

Best Brazilian Rock Album

Best Samba/Pagode Album

Best MPB Album

Best Sertaneja Music Album

Best Native Brazilian Roots Album

Best Brazilian Song

  • Ivete Sangalo — "Acelera Aê (Noite do Bem)" (Songwriters: Gigi, Dan Kambaiah, Fabinho O'Brian and Magno Sant'Anna)
  • Skank — "De Repente" (Songwriters: Nando Reis and Samuel Rosa)
  • Ná Ozzetti — "Equilíbrio" (Songwriters: Ná Ozzetti and Luiz Tatit)
  • Adriana Calcanhotto — "Mais Perfumado" (Songwriter: Adriana Calcanhotto)
  • Eliane Elias — "What About The Heart (Bate Bate)" (Songwriter: Eliane Elias)

Children's

Best Latin Children's Album

  • Claraluna — Un Mundo de Navidad
  • Pato Fu — Música de Brinquedo
  • Piero — Sinfonia Inconclusa En 'L'a Mar
  • Omara PortuondoReír y Cantar
  • Jessyca Sarango — Henry El Camioncito Verde
  • Topa & Muni — La Casa de Playhouse Disney
  • Various Artists — Cantando Aprendo A Hablar: Vamos A Jugar

Classical

Best Classical Album

  • Adonis González — Adios A Cuba
  • Brazilian Guitar QuartetBrazilian Guitar Quartet Plays Villa-Lobos
  • Clara Sverner — Chopin
  • Francis Hime and Nelson Ayres — Concertino Para Percussão e Concerto Para Violão
  • José SerebrierJosé Serebrier: Sinfonia No. 1
  • Manuel BarruecoTárrega!
  • Villa-Lobos Trio — Villa-Lobos Trio Play: Heitor Villa-Lobos, Astor Piazzolla & Lucio Bruno-Videla

Best Classical Contemporary Composition

  • Iracema de Andrade — "Le Repas Du Serpent" (Composer: Javier Álvarez)
  • Iracema de Andrade — "Mixtura" (Composer: Orlando Jacinto García)
  • Paquito D'Rivera — "Panamericana Suite" (Composer: Paquito D'Rivera)
  • Sergio Puccini — "Romerías" (Composer: Lalo Schifrin)
  • Armildo Uzeda — "Umas Coisas do Coração (i- Agitado)" (Composer: Sergio Roberto de Oliveira)

Recording Package

Best Recording Package

  • Various Artists — Chico & Rita (Art director: Javier Mariscal)
  • Marta GómezEl Corazón y El Sombrero (Art directors: Natalia Ayala, Carlos Dussan Gomez and Juliana Jaramillo)
  • FangoriaEl Paso Trascendental del Vodevil a la Astracanada (Art director: Juan Gatti)
  • Miki González — Fiesta Inkaterra (Art directors: Allan Castañeda and Sandra Masías)
  • VicenticoSolo Un Momento (Art director: Alejandro Ros)

Production

Best Engineered Album

  • Gian MarcoDías Nuevos (Engineers: Rafo Arbulú, Carlos Castro, Humberto Gatica, Guillermo 'Memo' Gil, Allan Leschhorn, Cristian Robles, Andrés Saavedra and Rodolfo Vázquez; Mastering engineer: Bernie Grundman)
  • Carlinhos BrownDiminuto (Engineers: Valter Costa, Beto Neves, Flávio Sena, Alê Siqueira, Flávio Souza and William Jr; Mastering engineer: Carlos Freitas)
  • ManáDrama y Luz (Engineers: Benny Faccone and Thom Russo; Mastering engineer: Tom Baker)
  • Edwin Bonilla — Homenaje a Los Rumberos (Engineers: Ricky Campanelli and Juan Cristóbal Losada; Mastering engineer: Juan Cristóbal Losada)
  • Claudia BrantManuscrito (Engineers: Moogie Canazio and Brad Haenel; Mastering engineer: Ron Mc Master)

Producer of the Year

Music Video

Best Short Form Music Video

Best Long Form Music Video

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