Beginning from an analysis of the anomalous position of music within Hegel’s system of aesthetics—a position that brings forth the peculiar quality of music as a medium—this essay asks how we are to conceive of musical meaning in an era when music’s relation to the market must be considered not separate from its formal specificity, but part as of the medium of music itself.

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