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Cyrilla Barr

Cyrilla Barr has lectured and written widely on the popular religious music of medieval and renaissance Italy. Her early work, The monophonic lauda and the lay religious confraternities of Umbria and Tuscany in the Late Middle Ages, is well known to musicologists and historians of the period. With "The Trophy Bride's Tale," Barr's musicological scholarship and dedicated interest in women's issues come together in an intriguing historical novel based upon authentic archival records that document...See more