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  1. The opening track on the rebel chamber music ensemble Anti-Social Music's debut album Sings the Great American Songbook () was "Fracture II," a composition by cellist Pat Muchmore. The group's second release turns out to be entirely devoted to that composer's music.
  2. Anti-Social Music ( words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article tongue-in-cheek attitude. ASM's first recording, "ASM Sings the Great American Songbook" was released on Peacock Recordings and features world premiere.
  3. Fracture: The Music of Pat Muchmore al-Gharaniq II:}{:Fracture IV by Anti-Social Music Performed by: Hubert Chen and Jean Cook (violin), Leanne Darling (viola), Pat Muchmore (cello/voice), Peter Hess (bass clarinet/tenor sax), Andrea La Rose (flute), Danny Mulligan (elec. guitar), Franz Nicolay (accordion), Maria Sonevytsky (piano) and Ken.
  4. Sings The Great American Songbook Greatest Hits LIVE(ish) Unlucky & Discouraged (Remixes) Anti-Social Music vs. Franz Nicolay Anti-Social Music/His Name Is Alive The Nitrate Hymnal Live (Northsix 6/25/06) ASM Hits the Medium Time! (Merkin Hall 2/23/06) Does NOT Sing The Great American Songbook (Chashama 12/10/05).
  5. Franz Nicolay (born ) is an American musician and writer. He is best known for playing the accordion and piano in The World/Inferno Friendship Society and keyboards in The Hold Steady from to and again from onwards. He is also notable for founding Anti-Social Music, a composer/performer collective based in New York City, and for performing in the Balkan jazz quartet .
  6. I'm a composer/performer in the new music collective Anti-Social Music, and they released a CD of several of my compositions called Fracture: The Music of Pat Muchmore. I also have pieces on two other CDs of theirs, Anti-Social Music Sings the Great American Songbook and Anti-Social Music is the Future of Everything.
  7. Sings The Great American Songbook by Anti-Social Music Review. They’re bringing not punk rock but punk orchestra to the people. More precisely: original chambermusic by way of DIY. --NY Press Shunning the gilded concert hall, the ASM collective has tackled the new-music concert scene with the DIY fury of punk --Time Out NY.

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