Works for mandolin and piano


Air de Ballet
Published in London, c. 1895. Note on the dedicatee: Mr & Mrs Samuel D. Warmcastle were wealthy US industrialists and philanthropists from the Pittsburgh area.

Aubade
From c. 1894. For one or two mandolins and piano.

Cabaletta
1894
There is a version of this piece for two mandolins and guitar on the ‘mandolin(s) & guitar’ page.

La Gracieuse
Copyrighted 1901 in the U.S., but probably composed in UK several years earlier.
There is a version of this piece for two mandolins and guitar on the ‘mandolin(s) & guitar’ page.

Hush
Copyrighted 1902 in the U.S., but probably composed in UK several years earlier.

L'Idéal
  • Score for mandolin and piano

Mémoires d'Amour
There is a version of this piece for two mandolins and guitar on the ‘mandolin(s) & guitar’ page.

Narcisse - Romance.
1894. The Musical Herald (1 September 1894, p 280) refers to Narcisse as "a high-class solo".

Serenade
Published in London, 1894.
There is a version of this piece for mandolin and guitar on the ‘mandolin(s) & guitar’ page.

Sicilienne
1893. The Musical Standard (16 Dec 1893, pp 488-9): “On Wednesday evening at Queen’s Gate Hall, Mrs. Hart-Dyke and Miss Clara Ross gave an evening concert at which their band of mandolinists, ‘The Kensington Mandolinists’, was the chief attraction. We have noticed the performances of these young ladies before, and on Wednesday they again gave evidence of the good training they have received. Among other pieces, they performed some clever compositions of Miss Clara Ross, one of which ‘Sicilienne,’ is brilliant, melodious and excellently suited to the capability of the instruments…”
There is a version of this piece for mandolin and guitar on the ‘mandolin(s) & guitar’ page.