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  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 776127299824
  • Item #: CDBY99824
  • Release Date: 9/9/2008
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What If? on CD

\'You shouldn\'t be able to play that music on accordion and clarinet!\' This has been a common thought expressed by those who listen to Acclarion, whose unique sound is a blend of classical, jazz, folk, and pop influences. In an era where commercial radio plays the same tired sounding music, David and Becky Carovillano shun convention and make music that is filled with character, charm, and vitality. Their magical performances have won over audiences across Canada, while their music is regularly featured on CBC radio and in films, such as the Canadian-produced documentary, \'Sing Me To Sleep.\' In 2006, Becky and David were married in a highly-publicized concert-wedding. They performed original compositions by David, with guests Erica Goodman (harp) and Angela Park (piano). Acclarion\'s live concert performance broadcast on CBC\'s \'Music Around Us\' introduced audiences to their expanded quartet, Quadratone, which adds viola and tuba. Acclarion recently completed an 11 state tour of the United States, where their concerts garnered standing ovations each night. They have been invited back to tour the U.S. in 2009, while maintaining an active schedule in Canada. Their follow-up CD, \'what if...?\' is a ground breaking album, showcasing unique arrangements of classical masterpieces and original compositions that include harp and piano. From the early works of J.C. Bach and Mozart to the romanticism of Schubert and Weber, Acclarion gives classical music a makeover!