Alan Bullard – composer

Welcome to Alan Bullard’s official website!

Alan Bullard is a UK composer whose music is performed all over the world. It is published by many publishers, including Oxford University Press, ABRSM, GIA Publications, and Colne Edition. This website gives details of all his music, choral, instrumental, and educational.
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Contact, biography, catalogues, commissions, and links
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Recent performances include:
Choristers of Flight, Elysian Singers/Sam Laughton, 25 May, Eaton Square, London
Endless Song, Colchester Choral Society/Ian Ray, 22 June, Colchester
My Song (This Song of mine), unaccompanied version, Felicitas/Simon Winters, 29 June, Epping (first performance of this version)
Mr Lear, Vivace Chorus/Jeremy Backhouse, 6 July, Guildford
Three English Folk-Songs, Kelvedon Singers/Christopher Phelps, 6 July, Coggeshall

New Colne Edition publications include:
Canticle of Freedom (A Song for Peace) – this 45-minute cantata is 25 years old this year
Patapan (an arrangement of the French traditional folk carol that I wrote for a small church choir last Christmas)
O Little One Sweet (an arrangement incorporating the traditional German melody)
To God be the Glory (an easy arrangement in the Colne Prayer and Praise for Choirs series
Three Blues for Clarinet and Piano (three colourful pieces inspired by blues harmony)
Three Blues for Alto Saxophone and Piano (the same, in an Alto Sax version)
Six Dances for Small Orchestra (an arrangement for small orchestra of my Six Dances for Four Hands)

Also newly published are Volume 8 and Volume 9 of the Oxford Hymn Settings for Organists series (edited jointly by Rebecca Groom te Velde and myself)