Composer Rudi Seitz is on a quest to explore the potential of the canon form. Keyboardist Matthew McConnell seeks to bring new repertoire to life on the harpsichord. Rudi and Matt are proud to announce the release of their album Canons, now available on cdbaby.

This page will serve as a collection of materials relating to the album.

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Where to download the album

The best place to download the album is at cdbaby where you can get it in high-quality FLAC format as well as MP3 format, and where more of your payment will reach the artists. If you prefer iTunes or Amazon, you’ll find the MP3s in those places too.

Related Posts

Liner notes  Liner notes for the Canons album

Canon Q & A  Extended Q & A session with the composer

Why Counterpoint?  On the personal significance of counterpoint for the composer

Searching for X  Reflections on the composer’s relationship to Bach

Why Harpsichord?  Why the composer chose the harpsichord for this project

Album Cover and Album Cover II  All about the cover design for the Canons album

Audio Mastering About the process of mastering the canon recordings

Parallel Octaves, Contrary Motion, Crab Canon, Christmas Canon, Crossings, Canon #46 debut Posts about specific canons

Polyrhythmic Etudes, Escher’s Drum The composer’s related projects involving the canon form