Write answers to the following questions and upload them to Blackboard. Your answers should be based on the assigned blog post by Shreffler and on the knowledge you’ve acquired throughout the semester. Use your own words in your answers—if you choose to take words from Shreffler or another assigned author as evidence to support a point, be sure to put those words in quotation marks and include a citation showing the source and page number. Failure to do so constitutes plagiarism, and you will automatically fail the assignment. Do not include your personal opinions in your answers; instead, base your answers on the readings that I have assigned throughout the semester and on Shreffler’s blog post specifically. Inclusion of personal opinions will result in an F.
Answer all of the following questions:
•Who is Carl Dahlhaus, and what persistent myth did he perpetuate in his writings?
•What part did German philosophical idealism, which “flourished in the 19th century simultaneously with the rise of the (mostly Germanic) musical canon,” play in the creation of the “virtually all-white, all-male” canon of classical music?
•What does Shreffler mean when she writes that the musical canon has historically “[privileged] specific cultural notions of masculinity in the guise of gender neutrality?”
•Summarize the main reason why, according to Shreffler, women specifically have been left out of the canon of classical music.
•Using specific examples from previously assigned course readings (such as readings by Broyles, DeNora, and Lockwood), explain why Shreffler chose to use Beethoven as a central example in her blog post. Consider how Beethoven and the “Beethoven myth” that we’ve been reading about all semester relate to the “myth of the canon’s invisible hand.” Do not critique Shreffler’s argument in your answer; focus on answering the question clearly and with good examples.
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