Caldara – A Moog Mass (1970/2021) [FLAC 24 bit, 192 kHz]

Caldara - A Moog Mass (1970/2021) [FLAC 24 bit, 192 kHz] Download

Artist: Caldara
Album: A Moog Mass
Genre: Pop
Release Date: 1970/2021
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 192 kHz
Duration: 25:02
Total Tracks: 7
Total Size: 899 MB


1. Caldara – The Mother Stood (Stabat Mater) (03:49)
2. Caldara – Who Is the Man (Quis Est Homo) (06:12)
3. Caldara – Share with Me the Pain (Tui Nati Vulnerati) (04:34)
4. Caldara – Virgin of Virgins (Virgo Virginum) (01:46)
5. Caldara – Make Me Carry the Death of Christ (Fac Ut Portem Christi Mortem) (03:07)
6. Caldara – In Flames May I Not Be Burned (Flammis Ne Urar Succensus) (01:47)
7. Caldara – Christ, When I Leave This Life (Christe, Cum Sit Hinc Exire) (03:43)


Caldara: A Moog Mass was released by the Kama Sutra label in 1970, and many people on the Internet now assume it to be the work of a group named Caldera, in part because some editions of the LP misspell the composer’s name that way. (And a “caldera,” of course, is a huge basin formed by the collapse of overlying land into an emptied magma chamber after a volcanic eruption. This would admittedly be a cool thing to name a band.)The ensemble on this recording doesn’t have a name, but its key members are Robert Margouleff and Malcolm Cecil, soon to become known as UK electronic duo Tonto’s Expanding Head Band; they’re perhaps best remembered for their extensive collaborations with Stevie Wonder. “Tonto” refers to the massive integrated battery of analog synths they used in the project, christened the Original New Timbral Orchestra—according to Wikipedia, it fills a “semicircle of huge curving wooden cabinets, 20 feet in diameter and six feet tall,” and it’s still the largest instrument of its kind ever built.

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