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[Footnotes]
1
James Briscoe, "Integrating Music by Women into the Music History Sequence," College Music Symposium XXV (1985), 21-27
Briscoe
21
XXV
College Music Symposium
1985
Diane Jezic and David Binder, "A Survey of College Music Textbooks: Benign Neglect of Women Compos- ers," The Musical Woman, volume 2, ed. Judith Lang Zaimont, Catherine Overhauser, and Jane Gottlieb (Westport, Ct., 1987), 445-69
Jezic
A Survey of College Music Textbooks: Benign Neglect of Women Composers
445
2
The Musical Woman
1987
2
"Treason Our Text: Feminist Challenges to the Literary Canon," Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature II (1983), 83-98
83
II
Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature
1983
Elaine Showalter, "Women and the Literary Curriculum," College English XXXII (1970-71), 855-6210.2307/375623
855
3
Women and Music: A History cooperatively written and edited by Karin Pendle
Pendle
Women and Music: A History
Diane Jezic's biographical overview of twenty-five composers, Women Com- posers: The Lost Tradition Found (New York, 1988)
Jezic
Women Composers: The Lost Tradition Found
1988
4
Joan W. Scott, "Gender: A Useful Category of Historical Analysis," American His- torical Review XCI/5 (December 1986), 1053-7510.2307/1864376
1053
Gerda Lerner, "Placing Women in History: A 1975 Perspective," in Liberating Women's History, ed. Berenice A. Carroll (Urbana, 1976), 357-67
Lerner
Placing Women in History: A 1975 Perspective
357
Liberating Women's History
1976
Hilda Smith, "Feminism and the Methodology of Women's History," in the same col- lection, 368-84
Smith
368
Liberating Women's History
Nancy Reich's Clara Schumann: The Artist and the Woman (Ithaca, 1985), in 19th- Century Music X/1 (Summer 1986), 74-80
Reich
1
74
X
19th- Century Music
1986
5
"Biography" chapter of Citron, Cécile Chaminade: A Bio-Bibliography (Westport, Ct., 1988), pp. 3-32
Citron
Biography
3
Cécile Chaminade: A Bio-Bibliography
1988
6
Daniels, An American Girl in Munich (Boston, 1905), PP- 39-44
Daniels
39
An American Girl in Munich
1905
Carol Neuls-Bates, Women in Music: An Anthology of Source Readings from the Middle Ages to the Present (New York, 1982), 2 19-22
Neuls-Bates
19
2
Women in Music: An Anthology of Source Readings from the Middle Ages to the Present
1982
7
Chapter 2 ("Women's Training Hitherto") of Smyth's Female Pipings in Eden (1933)
Smyth
Women's Training Hitherto
Female Pipings in Eden
1933
Neuls-Bates, p. 286
286
8
"Museum Pieces: The Historicist Mainstream in Music of the Last Hundred Years," Journal of Musicology II/2 (Spring 1983), 115-34
2
115
II
Journal of Musicology
1983
"Brahms and Twentieth-Century Classical Music," 19th-Century Music VIII/1 (Summer 1984), 75-83
1
75
VIII
19th-Century Music
1984
9
Female Pipings in Eden [1933], as excerpted in Neuls-Bates, pp. 290-91
Neuls-Bates
290
Female Pipings in Eden
1933
10
note 20
11
Rudolf Elvers's compilation of selected letters, Mendelssohn Bartholdy Briefe (Frankfurt am Main, 1984)
Elvers
Mendelssohn Bartholdy Briefe
1984
Peter Sutermeister's edition of the Continen- tal Tour, Eine Reise durch Deutschland, Italien und die Schweiz (Zürich, 1958)
Continental Tour
Eine Reise durch Deutschland, Italien und die Schweiz
1958
12
Citron, "Felix Mendelssohn's Influence on Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel as a Professional Composer," Current Musicology XXXVII/XXXVIII (1984), 9-17
Citron
9
XXXVII
Current Musicology
1984
"The Relationship Between Fanny and Felix" in Citron, Letters of Fanny Hensel to Felix Mendelssohn (New York, 1987), xxxi-xliv
The Relationship Between Fanny and Felix
xxxi
Citron, Letters of Fanny Hensel to Felix Mendelssohn
1987
13
Brahms's Symphony No. 4
Brahms
4
Symphony
Ethel Smyth, who observed that "until a work is performed, it is impossible even for the composer to form a true judgment on its merit" (Female Pipings in Eden, as excerpted in Neuls-Bates, pp. 286- 87)
Smyth
286
Female Pipings in Eden
14
Clara and Robert's collection, Zwölf Gedichte aus F. Rückert's "Liebesfrühling," Op. 37/12
Reich, Clara Schumann, 248-49
248
Hensel's Lieder appeared in Felix's Opp. 8 and 9 (1827, 1830)
Citron, "Women and the Lied, 1775-1850," Women Making Music: The Western Art Tradition, 1150-1950, ed. Jane Bowers & Judith Tick (Urbana, 1986), 224-48
Citron
Women and the Lied, 1775-1850
224
Women Making Music: The Western Art Tradition, 1150-1950
1986
The Female Autograph, ed. Domna C. Stanton (Chi- cago, 1987)
Stanton
The Female Autograph
1987
15
"Women Composers: Reminiscence and History," College Music Symposium XV (1975), P. 27.
27
XV
College Music Symposium
1975
16
chapter 3, "The Sonata in Romantic Society," in The Sonata Since Beethoven (Chapel Hill, 1969), p. 63
The Sonata in Romantic Society
63
The Sonata Since Beethoven
1969
17
Tick's excellent essay, "Passed Away is the Piano Girl," in Women Making Music, p. 86
Tick
86
Women Making Music
18
"Quatorzième Concert Populaire," Angers Revue, [late February] 1889
February
Angers Revue
1889
19
Upton, Woman in Music (Chicago, 1892)
Upton
Woman in Music
1892
20
Lettre à M. d'Alembert sur les spectacles [Amsterdam, 1758], p. 193n
193n
Lettre à M. d'Alembert sur les spectacles
1758
Beobachtun- gen über das Gefühl des Schdnen und Erhabenen, published in 1764
letters to Fanny of 16 July 1820 and 14 November 1828, in Sebastian Hensel, The Mendelssohn Family 1729-1847, tr. Carl Klingemann, 2 volumes, 2nd ed. (New York, 1882), volume 1, pp. 82, 84
Hensel
2
82
1
The Mendelssohn Family 1729-1847, tr. Carl Klingemann
1882
21
"Why Haven't Women Become Great Composers?," XXIII/2 (February 1973), 46-53
22
Carl Seashore, "Why No Great Women Composers?," Music Educators Journal XXV/5 (March 1940), 21, 8810.2307/3385396
21
Neuls-Bates, 297-302
297
24
Briscoe's Historical Anthology of Music by Women
Garland (1986)
I Sacri Musicali Affetti (1655)
Da Capo (1987)
26
Contemplating Music: Challenges to Musicology (Cambridge, Mass., 1985), p. 17
17
Contemplating Music: Challenges to Musicology
1985
Taruskin's review of The Musical Woman, volume 2, in Opus IV/2 (February 1988), p. 64
Taruskin
2
64
2
The Musical Woman
1988
"Foreword. The Undoing of Opera: Toward a Feminist Criticism of Music," in Catherine Clément, Opera, or the Undoing of Women, trans. Betsy Wing (Minneapolis, 1988), p. ix
Clément
Foreword. The Undoing of Opera: Toward a Feminist Criticism of Music
ix
Opera, or the Undoing of Women
1988
27
Susan McClary's paper, "Sexual Politics in Classical Music" (Wisconsin, April 1986)
McClary
Sexual Politics in Classical Music
1986
Ruth Solie's presen- tation, "Whose Life? The Gendered Self in Schumann's Frauenliebe Songs" (Dartmouth, May 1988)
Solie
Whose Life? The Gendered Self in Schumann's Frauenliebe Songs
1988
Clément's Opera, or the Undoing of Women
p. x
28
"The Feminist Critical Revolution," in The New Feminist Criticism: Essays on Women, Literature, and Theory, ed. Showalter (New York, 1985), P. 4.
Showalter
The Feminist Critical Revolution
4
The New Feminist Criticism: Essays on Women, Literature, and Theory
1985
29
"Reading as a Woman" in Jonathan Culler's On Deconstruction (Ithaca, 1982)
Culler
Reading as a Woman
Deconstruction
1982
Gender and Reading: Essays on Readers, Texts, and Contexts, ed. Patrocinio P. Schweickart and Eliza- beth A. Flynn (Baltimore, 1986)
Schweickart
Gender and Reading: Essays on Readers, Texts, and Contexts
1986
"Robert Schumann and Clara Wieck: A Creative Partnership," Music and Letters LXIX/3 (July 1988), 321-34
3
321
LXIX
Music and Letters
1988
"The Childhood of Clara Schumann: A Psychoanalytic View," in Psychoanalytic Studies of Music and Mu- sical Creativity, ed. Stuart Feder, Richard L. Karmel, and George H. Pollock (Madison, Conn.)
Feder
The Childhood of Clara Schumann: A Psychoanalytic View
Psychoanalytic Studies of Music and Musical Creativity
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