Women Making Music in the Nineteenth-Century South
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Gentility, Music, and White Women2. "Colored girls under the control of colored teachers": Gentility, Music, and Women of ColorPart 2. Repertory3. "'Home, Sweet Home!' with brilliant variations": Melody4. "I have no time to tell you now half the enjoyment these operas have given us": Opera as Cultural CapitalPart 3. Scientific Music and Professional Musicians5. "Distinguished success . . . in teaching Music as a science": Genteel Women Scientists6. "Of that ilk": Foreign Music Teachers and Genteel Pupils7. "A remarkable accomplishment for one of the gentle sex": Other ProfessionalsPart 4. The Civil War8. "The female tribe as 'angels' on earth . . . is being . . . entirely dissipated": The Parlor and the Civil War9. "Many shades of caste and kind":
The Civil War and the Public GazePart 5. Women Musicians in the Reconstruction Era10. "She takes up music as a profession": Career Women11. "Beethoven wrote it-that is enough": Reconstructed Women Reconstructing RepertoryConclusion: "This old piece of music keeps her name like a flower pressed in a book"NotesBibliographyIndexBack cover