Natalie Sleeth was without a doubt the most consistantly successful composer of anthems for children of the late twentieth century. Always singable, always with musical integrity, her music is the living legacy of her belief that music for children should be "something worth singing and something worth singing about." Let the Children Sing! is apt evidence of that credo. These six anthems were originally designed for two-part treble choirs, but suggestions for successful renditions with unison choirs have been added so that the music may be accessible to a broader age range. Now, Let the Children Sing!
Songs:Come Let Us Sing · Lord Make Us Worthy · It's All in the Hands of God · The Kingdom of the Lord (with Flute part) · Noel Noel a Boy is Born (with Handbell part) · Let All the World Be Glad and Sing.