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The remedy to present decline, Forkel argued, was to return to and develop the music theory of music’s manly maturity: that is, to revive the music-rhetorical thinking of the first half of the eighteenth century. Forkel’s posthumous canonization as one of the first German musicologists could mislead modern readers into thinking that his views in the 1770s were more representative and influential than in fact they were. Musicology has been kind to Forkel because he wrote the first full-length biography of J.

However, she affirms the feminist critique of sexual inequality in a chapter of its own. 14 Arguably, then, even Outram’s penetrating critique of the Enlightenment does not proceed far enough, leaving intact the illusion that, for the chosen few, freedom was real. With regard to the subordination of women, Outram’s emphasis on the insidiously constraining role of medical views of the female body is perhaps overstated, at least from the perspective of my particular German context. The assertion that Introduction 9 Enlightenment medicine and science insidiously naturalized female inequality by pointing to the “evidence” of female mental and physical weakness makes for easy reading today because it is broadly familiar from second-wave feminist theory.

The notion of separate male and female spheres, and of their hierarchy of value, is particularly difficult to maintain in this historical context. This is not to deny that, even before 1810, German music served male interests and linked (a version of) masculinity with particular artistic values in ways that were potentially alienating to women. In the famous preface to his Musikalisch-kritische Bibliothek (three volumes, 1778–1779) Johann Nicolaus Forkel marshaled a classical Republican rhetoric of modern degeneracy and decline to inveigh against the loss of manliness, or “Männlichkeit” (virility) in contemporary German music: Throughout the first half of the present century the art of music stood indisputably and in every regard in its finest and most virile maturity.

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