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Sovereign Feminine: Music and Gender in Eighteenth-Century Germany

Matthew Head

Between about 1770 and 1800 in central and northern German states, female musicians flourished as performers and composers, their achievements celebrated by some contemporary male critics as measuring the progress of musical culture and society from barbarism to civilization. Female excellence and related feminocentric values were celebrated by forward-looking critics such as Johann Friedrich Reichardt, who, though employed as Kapellmeister at the court of Fredrick the Great, argued for music as a fine art, a component of modern, polite, and commercial culture, rather than a symbol of ... Read more

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