Sacred Classics is a weekly two–hour radio show originating from WBVM-FM in Tampa, Florida, featuring choral and organ music from international venues. Founded in October 1983, it is broadcast on Saturdays and Sundays, as well as streamed over the Internet at various times to accommodate listeners worldwide. The program is produced by Atlas Communications and hosted by Jim Howes, who uses the thousands of pipe organ and choral recordings in his personal collection, gathered from his travels around the world. Programs typically include music from such diverse locations as England, Germany, South Africa, Riga, Latvia, and Sydney, Australia, along with prominent church choirs and organists in the U.S. Live organ concerts are also sponsored and recorded for later broadcast, as in 2004 when cel

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  • Sacred Classics is a weekly two–hour radio show originating from WBVM-FM in Tampa, Florida, featuring choral and organ music from international venues. Founded in October 1983, it is broadcast on Saturdays and Sundays, as well as streamed over the Internet at various times to accommodate listeners worldwide. The program is produced by Atlas Communications and hosted by Jim Howes, who uses the thousands of pipe organ and choral recordings in his personal collection, gathered from his travels around the world. Programs typically include music from such diverse locations as England, Germany, South Africa, Riga, Latvia, and Sydney, Australia, along with prominent church choirs and organists in the U.S. Live organ concerts are also sponsored and recorded for later broadcast, as in 2004 when celebrated organist Frederick Swann performed at the 88-rank organ of St. Paul's Anglican Church in Bermuda. (en)
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  • The organ of Passau Cathedral, Germany, among the renowned instruments featured on Sacred Classics (en)
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  • King of Kings by Miklós Rózsa (en)
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  • October, 1983 (en)
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  • Choral and organ music (en)
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  • ''Choral Masterpieces, (en)
  • King of Instruments'' (en)
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  • James G. "Jim" Howes (en)
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  • Sacred Classics is a weekly two–hour radio show originating from WBVM-FM in Tampa, Florida, featuring choral and organ music from international venues. Founded in October 1983, it is broadcast on Saturdays and Sundays, as well as streamed over the Internet at various times to accommodate listeners worldwide. The program is produced by Atlas Communications and hosted by Jim Howes, who uses the thousands of pipe organ and choral recordings in his personal collection, gathered from his travels around the world. Programs typically include music from such diverse locations as England, Germany, South Africa, Riga, Latvia, and Sydney, Australia, along with prominent church choirs and organists in the U.S. Live organ concerts are also sponsored and recorded for later broadcast, as in 2004 when cel (en)
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