Works for one or more voices and piano
Published in New York in 1912. Words and music by Clara Ross Ricci. Set for three voices (two sopranos and an alto) and optional piano.
Four Songs (published 1916):
- Where the Bee Sucks (words by William Shakespeare). The same song in a modern edition.
- Long Ago
- The joy of Spring (words by Friederike [Kempner?])
- Two Summers (words by Josephine H. Nicholls)
It As a Lover and his Lass
New York, 1916. Words by William Shakespeare
Leaf by Leaf
May, June, July
Three voices and piano. Copyrighted in the U.S. in 1901
An Old Sorrow
New York, 1901. Words by Dorothea Moore
Orpheus with his Lute
Part-song for women's voices (two sopranos and an alto), words by William Shakespeare.
A Summer Dream
Wheeling, West Virginia, 1906
1917 ("The Rainy Day" was first published in 1885).
- Each in His Own Name (Words by William Herbert Carruth)
- Mediaeval Romance
- The Rainy Day (Words by Longfellow)
Three Sacred Songs
Published 1897 in the United States.
- Comfort the Soul of thy Servant (words taken from psalm 86 verses 4-7 and 12. Set for high voice and piano and dedicated to Mrs Theodore Vail.
- Fret not Thyself (words taken from psalm 37. Set for alto or bass voice. Dedicated to Mr E. H. Dermitt)
- God of our Life (words taken from the prayer O Salutaris Hostia; translated by 'RR' — probably Riccardo Ricci, Clara Ross' husband. Dedicated to 'Mercy'. Set for soprano voice and piano)
Thou'rt Like a Lovely Flower
Wheeling, West Virginia, 1906. Words by Heinrich Heine