Alfred Angel

From ChoralWiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search


Born: 1816

Died: 1876


Alfred Angel was born at Chichester, Sussex, England. He trained as a chorister at Wells Cathedral and later became assistant organist. He succeeded S. S. Wesley as organist at Exeter Cathedral where he also was Master of the Choristers and Lay Vicar. He was director of the Exeter Madrigal Society and composed a number of pieces for the group. He died in Exeter. His compositions include anthems, hymns, songs, and part-songs.

View the Wikipedia article on Alfred Angel.

List of choral works

Click here to search for this composer on CPDL


External websites:

  • [<url> Description]