My last selection is the very underrated 1971 album Rock Requiem.
I say underrated because it's not talked about much--some wise folks on these threads have praised it--and Schifrim himself has never re-visited this material. Also, in Stuart Nicholson's excellent book Jazz-Rock: A History Nicholson derided the album--in a footnote! And when I first heard it as a cocky teenager when it came out I was disappointed because it lacked the orchestral wonders or super-cool of his film scores, and I felt it didn't match up to his own Jazz Suite on the Mass Texts.
Yikes, I really couldn't stand 'Rock Requiem' ...either many years ago, or more recently when I revisited it as part of the Universal France box set. Ah well.
I remember the comment in Stuart Nicholson's book vaguely - something about the whole project being recalled with a shudder by the musicians who took part in it. Or something like that.