for SATB unaccompanied or with percussion This energetic and highly rhythmic arrangement of a 15th- century carol uses a folksy call-and-response style, which helps the piece maintain its momentum right through to its thrilling fortissimo conclusion.
Alan Bullard (b.1947)
"Its lively infectious rhythm will set feet going in any carol service, and it will probably be running through your brain until about Holy Week! True, there is the odd plunge into a foreign key, but the new tonic chord is always related to the chord before, so a little careful rehearsal will quickly iron out any initial problems - and the piece really is worth it!" - The Organ Nov 2000
"Worth looking at" - Ensemble Sept 2000 (MMA)
"In his Angel Alleluias Alan Bullard captures the rhythmic vitality and the harmonic idiosyncrasies of much contemporary African song. This is not a difficult piece, and it will be very effective in performance." - Church Music Quarterly, October 2000