Clarence T. Steele (1860-1912) was Instructor of Sight-singing at the Brooklyn Institute of Arts & Sciences and Special Teacher of Vocal Music in the New York City Public Schools. He held courses for sight-singing for the public and presented lectures on music history. He wrote manuals on sight-singing and composed a number of songs, part-songs, and hymns. He died in Manhattan, New York City.
All are mixed chorus unless noted; some contain divisi.