Association of Anglican Musicians

Association of Anglican Musicians  Founded in 1966, the Association of Anglican Musicians (AAM) is a member-led non-profit organization of musicians and clergy serving in the Episcopal Church (See Episcopal Church, USA, hymnody*) and internationally within the Anglican Communion. The Association focuses on the elevation, stimulation, and support of music and the allied arts in all their aspects in the Episcopal Church and the larger Anglican tradition, especially in their relationship to liturgy.  The organization was founded by James Litton, Raymond F. Glover*, and Gerre Hancock* as an American parallel to the Association of English Cathedral Organists. All Episcopal cathedral musicians...

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