Typography is as essential to the printed word as music is to a song. As music can be in concord, tension or dissonance with the words sung, so can type with the diction and syntax and phonological texture.
Impact or Trebuchet are not the typefaces to put with Vivaldi’s Four Seasons concerti. And Zapfino is not for anything by Béla Bartók, I should think. So there is inappropriate typography, to be sure, and this is limited to bad font choices.
But just as there is music that is not only inappropriate to the companion words, or words that are not only inappropriate to the companion music, there can be plain bad typography.