By Johnny Cash
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Ultimately, this is the strength of the mountain metaphor: it refuses to pin down anything; it does not explain anything but it presents everything in suggestive and awesome ambiguity. 43 In fact, the invocation of mountain ranges is as frequent as thorough explanations of the nature of monumentality are rare. 44 The awkward fact that no one had succeeded in delineating this ideal with general rules did not deter historians of the time from continuing to have faith in and endorse this transcendent but elusive canon.
To accept this discrepancy as signiﬁcant, and to accept the layperson’s reaction as fully legitimate, however, would lead to painful consequences. It is no less than an admission that monumental effect and normative artistic values might diverge. An approach, however, that aims to pinpoint monumentality in the structure of the composition, such as Schering’s, cannot accommodate a differentiated listening experience because a piece’s artistic values are supposed to be conveyed by means of the sounding structure.
From Allgemeine musikalische Zeitung, March 12 1800, Beilage. Reproduced by permission of the Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library of the Harvard College Library. Christmann addressed himself directly to the eighteenth century, in assessing the value of Haydn, one of the principal heroes of his reﬂections: Perhaps you sensed the value of this rare man [Haydn] even before he could compete for the laurel wreath which now decks his brow. 16 Christmann went on to outline the institutional achievements of the eighteenth century, such as they are: besides his gratitude for the great composers and for musical typeset, he also lavished praise on the instrumental pedagogical treatises of his time, the publishing industry, a recognition of musical talent, the evolution of German opera, and ﬁnally even music criticism, theory, and the musical chroniclers of the century, Burney and Forkel.