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Anne Bagnall Yardley serves as Associate Professor of Music and Associate Academic Dean at Drew Theological School. She is the author of several articles on music in medieval nunneries as well a variety of other topics including 19th century Methodist music and the pedagogy of music in the seminary. Yardley has taught at the University of Illinois and in the Music Department at Drew University as well as in the Theological School. Yardley has also been active as a member of the Early Music Players of NJ from 1978-2003 and as the director of the St. Peter’s Girls’ Choir from 1987-2003. She received her musicological training at Columbia University where she received a PhD in 1975.
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Church music -- England -- 500-1400.
Church music -- Catholic Church -- 500-1400.
Church music -- England -- 15th century.
Church music -- Catholic Church -- 15th century.
Nuns as musicians -- England.