CALDARA – A Moog Mass [Stabat Mater] (1970)

Antonio Caldara, 1670 or 1671 – December 26, 1736, was an Italian Baroque composer. He is best known as a composer of operas and oratorios.

On “Moog Mass” you can hear vocoder prayers over a moog backtrack. It is one of the first vocoder albums ever made, very rare to find and not available on CD yet.

CALDARA – A Moog Mass
Label: Kama Sutra 940084 T
Released: 1970
Concept, Production & Supervision: BeeZee Music Productions
Ass. Prod. Supervision: Glenn Hart
Production: Robert Margouleff, John Atkins, John Corigliano
Moog programming, Interludes & Synthetic Speech Techniques: Robert Margouleff
Moog Keyboards: John Atkins
Moog Diction: Robert White (Tenor)
Continuo: Toby Saks (cello), John Atkins (harpsichord)
English Text Spoken by Malcolm Cecil
Translation From latin: John Atkins
Engineering: Robert Margouleff, Malcolm Cecil
Recordists: Buzz Richmond, Paul Shands
Photograph: Alain Marouani

Tracklist:
01 The Mother Stood
02 Who Is The Man
03 Share With Me The Pain
04 Virgin Of Virgin’s
05 Make Me Carry The Death Of Christ
06 In Flames May I Not Be Burned
07 Christ, When I Leave This Life

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