The second attempt to identify this typeface, using https://www.whatfontis.com/ resulted in a perfect match.
Image from linked site using first word as search key in linked site.
It is not listed as a free font on this site and my search attempts ceased after positive identification. The remainder of the question is left as an exercise for the OP.
It's Gabriola-not a free font, but installed on Windows computers and Macs with Microsoft Office, so you may have it already.
To get the most out of it, it's definitely worth reading this article on its alternate characters. That 'a' in particular strikes me as quite mannered, I would recommend replacing it with the single-story 'a' on stylistic sets 1, 3, 5 and 7. You can use different stylistic sets for each individual letter to customize it better into exactly the form you want.