List of compositions by Rebecca Clarke

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The following is a sortable list of compositions by Rebecca Clarke, drawn largely from the lists found on the website of the Rebecca Clarke Society.[1] The works are categorized and sortable by genre, date of composition, and title.

Genre Date Title Scoring Notes Publisher / owner
Orchestral 1941 Combined Carols for string orchestra original for 2 violins, viola and cello
Chamber music 1907–1908 Danse bizarre for 2 violins and piano once believed lost; found in the Rebecca Clarke estate; premiered in 2003 Rebecca Clarke Estate
Chamber music 1907–1908 Prelude for 2 violins and piano once believed lost; found in the Rebecca Clarke estate; premiered in 2003 Rebecca Clarke Estate
Chamber music 1907–1908 Nocturne for 2 violins and piano once believed lost; found in the Rebecca Clarke estate; premiered in 2003 Rebecca Clarke Estate
Chamber music 1907–1908 Finale for 2 violins and piano incomplete Rebecca Clarke Estate
Chamber music 1907–1909 Sonata for violin and piano in one movement Rebecca Clarke Estate
Chamber music 1908–1909 Sonata for violin and piano Rebecca Clarke Estate
Chamber music 1909 Lullaby for viola and piano Oxford University Press
Chamber music 1913 Lullaby on an Ancient Irish Tune for viola and piano Oxford University Press
Chamber music ca. 1916 2 Pieces
  1. Lullaby
  2. Grotesque
for viola (or violin) and cello Oxford University Press
Chamber music 1917–1918 Morpheus for viola and piano composed under the pseudonym "Anthony Trent"
Morpheus is the Greek god of dreams.
Oxford University Press
Chamber music 1917–1918 Untitled Work for viola and piano Oxford University Press
Chamber music 1918 Lullaby for viola and piano Oxford University Press
Chamber music 1919 Sonata for viola (or cello) and piano Chester Music
DaCapo Press
Hildegard Publishing
Chamber music 1921 Chinese Puzzle for violin (or viola) and piano Oxford University Press
Chamber music 1921, 1925 Chinese Puzzle for flute, violin, viola and cello original for violin and piano Oxford University Press
Chamber music ?1921 Epilogue for cello and piano Oxford University Press
Chamber music 1921 Piano Trio for violin, cello and piano Winthrop Rogers
DaCapo Press
Boosey & Hawkes
Chamber music 1923 Rhapsody for cello and piano Library of Congress
Chamber music 1924 Comodo et amabile for 2 violins, viola and cello Oxford University Press
Chamber music 1924 Midsummer Moon for violin and piano Oxford University Press
Chamber music 1926 Poem for 2 violins, viola and cello Oxford University Press
Chamber music ca. 1940 Untitled Works for 2 instruments
  1. for 2 treble instruments
  2. for treble and bass instruments
2 compositional studies; unfinished
Chamber music 1941 Combined Carols for 2 violins, viola and cello also arranged for string orchestra Rebecca Clarke Estate
Chamber music ?1940–1941 Passacaglia on an Old English Tune in C minor for viola (or cello) and piano tune attributed to Thomas Tallis G. Schirmer
Chappell Music
Hildegard Publishing
Chamber music 1941 Prelude, Allegro and Pastorale for viola and clarinet Oxford University Press
Chamber music ?1941 Dumka for violin, viola and piano Oxford University Press
Chamber music 1944 I'll Bid My Heart Be Still (Old Scottish Border Melody) for viola and piano Oxford University Press
Piano 1907–1908 Theme and Variations for piano once believed lost; found in the Rebecca Clarke estate; premiered in 2003
Piano ?1930 Cortège for piano revised 1970s
Choral ca. 1906 Now Fie on Love for male chorus words by anonymous Oxford University Press
Choral 1907 Music, When Soft Voices Die for mixed chorus words by Percy Bysshe Shelley Oxford University Press
Choral ca. 1908 A Lover's Dirge for mixed chorus words from Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare Oxford University Press
Choral ca. 1909 The Owl (When Cats Run Home and Light Is Come) for mixed chorus words by Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Choral ca. 1911–1912 Come, Oh Come, My Life's Delight for mixed chorus words by Thomas Campion; also for voice and piano Oxford University Press
Choral ca. 1911–1912 My Spirit Like a Charmed Bark Doth Float for mixed chorus words by Percy Bysshe Shelley Oxford University Press
Choral ca. 1911–1912 Weep You No More Sad Fountains for mixed chorus words by anonymous (John Dowland?); also for voice and piano
Choral ca. 1914 Philomela for mixed chorus words by Sir Philip Sidney Oxford University Press
Choral 1921 He That Dwelleth in the Secret Place (Psalm 91) for SATB soloists and mixed chorus
Choral 1928 There Is No Rose of Such Virtue for baritone solo and alto, tenor, baritone, bass chorus after a 15th-century English carol Oxford University Press
Choral ca. 1937 Ave Maria for female chorus
Choral ca. 1943 Chorus from Hellas for female chorus words from Hellas by Percy Bysshe Shelley Oxford University Press
Vocal ca. 1903 Wandrers Nachtlied for voice and piano words by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Vocal 1904 Ah, for the Red Spring Rose for voice and piano
Vocal 1904 Aufblick for voice and piano words by Richard Dehmel
Vocal 1904 Shiv and the Grasshopper for voice and piano words from The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling
Vocal ca. 1904 Chanson for voice and piano words by Maurice Maeterlinck
Vocal ca. 1904 Klage for voice and piano words by Richard Dehmel
Vocal ca. 1904 O Welt for voice and piano
Vocal ca. 1904 Stimme im Dunkeln for voice and piano words by Richard Dehmel
Vocal 1905 Du for voice and piano words by Richard von Schaukal
Vocal ca. 1905 The Moving Finger Writes for voice and piano words from The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám translated by Edward FitzGerald
Vocal ca. 1905 Oh, Dreaming World for voice and piano
Vocal ca. 1905 Wiegenlied for voice, violin and piano words by Detlev von Liliencron
Vocal 1906 Durch die Nacht for voice and piano words by Richard Dehmel
Vocal ca. 1906 Nach einem Regen for voice and piano words by Richard Dehmel
Vocal ca. 1907 Das Ideal for voice and piano words by Richard Dehmel
Vocal 1907 Magna est veritas for voice and piano words by Coventry Patmore
Vocal 1907 Manche Nacht for voice and piano words by Richard Dehmel
Vocal 1907 Nacht für Nacht for 2 voices and piano words by Richard Dehmel
Vocal 1907 Vergissmeinnicht for voice and piano words by Richard Dehmel
Vocal ca. 1909 Spirits for 2 high voices and piano words by Robert Bridges
Vocal ca. 1910 The Color of Life for voice and piano words from traditional Chinese writings
Vocal ca. 1910 Return of Spring for voice and piano words from traditional Chinese writings
Vocal ca. 1910 Tears for voice and piano words from traditional Chinese writings
Vocal ca. 1911 The Folly of Being Comforted for voice and piano words by William Butler Yeats
Vocal ca. 1911–1912
1926
Come, Oh Come, My Life's Delight for voice and piano words by Thomas Campion; original version for mixed chorus
Vocal ca. 1912 The Cloths of Heaven for voice and piano words by William Butler Yeats
Vocal ca. 1912 Shy One for voice and piano words by William Butler Yeats
Vocal ca. 1912 Weep You No More Sad Fountains for voice and piano words by anonymous (John Dowland?); also for mixed chorus Oxford University Press
Vocal ca. 1912–1913 Away Delights for 2 voices and piano words by John Fletcher
Vocal ca. 1912–1913 Hymn to Pan for tenor, baritone and piano words by John Fletcher
Vocal ca. 1913 Infant Joy for voice and piano words by William Blake
Vocal 1919 Down by the Salley Gardens for voice and piano words by William Butler Yeats; also for voice and violin
Vocal 1920 Psalm 63 for voice and piano
Vocal 1922 The Seal Man for voice and piano words by John Masefield Winthrop Rogers
Boosey & Hawkes
Vocal 1924 Three Old English Songs
  1. It Was a Lover and His Lass
  2. Phyllis on the New Mown Hay
  3. The Tailor and His Mouse
for voice and violin
1. words by William Shakespeare
Boosey & Hawkes
Vocal 1925 June Twilight for voice and piano words by John Masefield
Vocal 1926 A Dream for voice and piano words by William Butler Yeats
Vocal 1926 Poem (Adagio) for voice and string quartet Oxford University Press
Vocal 1926 Sleep for tenor, baritone and piano words by John Fletcher; 2 versions
Vocal 1926 Three Irish Country Songs
  1. I Know My Love
  2. I Know Where I'm Goin
  3. As I Was Goin to Ballynure
for voice and violin
Vocal ca. 1926 Take, O Take Those Lips Away for tenor, baritone and piano words from Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare
Vocal 1927 The Cherry-blossom Wand for voice and piano words by Anna Wickham Oxford University Press
Vocal 1927 Eight O'clock for voice and piano words by A. E. Housman
Vocal ca. 1928 Greeting for voice and piano words by Ella Young
Vocal 1929 The Aspidistra for voice and piano words by Claude Flight
Vocal 1929 Cradle Song for voice and piano words by William Blake Oxford University Press
Vocal 1929–1933 The Tiger (Tiger, Tiger) for voice and piano words by William Blake
Vocal ca. 1940 Binnorie for voice and piano words after a traditional ballad The Twa Sisters
Vocal ca. 1940 Daybreak for voice and string quartet words by John Donne Prairie Dawg Press
Vocal 1941 Lethe for voice and piano words by Edna St. Vincent Millay
Vocal 1942 The Donkey for voice and piano words by G. K. Chesterton
Vocal 1919, 1950s Down by the Salley Gardens for voice and violin words by William Butler Yeats; original for voice and violin
Vocal 1954 God Made a Tree for voice and piano words by Katherine Kendall
Vocal Up-Hill for voice and piano words by Christina Rossetti

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