Basically to be able to communicate with angular you need something that listen for http requests (an http server so), parse them and that can send/read json (with maybe some extra libraries). The static pages can just be deserves by an apache in front.
You could do that in C parsing the whole thing yourself, but for performance, maintenability, speed of development and a bunch of other reasons, it's better to use an appropriate framework.
If your application is not big-scaled, specially in the backend part just search for a c# rest framework that handle thing that url mapping and json.
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