Facts About "Alleluia! Alleluia! Let The Holy Anthem Rise"
"Alleluia! Alleluia! Let the Holy Anthem Rise" was written by a nobleman named Edward Caswall, born on July 15, 1814, at Yateley, Hampshire. Caswall studied at Brasenose College in Oxford in 1832. He graduated with honors in 1836 and proceeded a class in classics. He published his well-known work called “The Art of Pluck” in 1835. He was ordained as Deacon in 1838 and became an Incumbent of Stratford-sub-Castle in 1840 which lasted until 1847. Her wife died in 1849, the same time when he became a part of the Roman Catholic communion and later worked with Dr. Newman at the Oratory, Edgbaston. He was known to have pure devotion to his duties. He also had a heart for children and the less unfortunate people, including the sick. He spent his free time at the Oratory writing poems and hymns. He had also translated some Latin hymns from the Roman Breviary, and these popular to this day. Factors were he was able to preserve the original versions while adding some holistic rhythm into them. His translations were more famous than his unique pieces. He died on January 2, 1878 and was buried by his leader and friend Cardinal Newman at Redwall five days later.
"Alleluia! Alleluia! Let the Holy Anthem Rise" is a song usually played and dedicated during the Easter season where everyone celebrated the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Easter Sunday marks the end of Holy Week, a joyful day where every Catholic rejoices and plays Easter-related games. We dedicated our time to share with you this free music sheet for you to be able to play this too during the Easter season. “Alleluia! Alleluia! Let the Holy Anthem Rise” is one of the best Easter songs and almost everyone's favorite. Feel free to download the sheet and enjoy playing it..