She had only one printed collection, Motetti a voce sola (1684, Venice), a book of solomotets. Kendrick identifies it as "remarkable among Milanese solo motet books…for its patent vocal viruosity, motivic originality and self-assured compositional technique".
There are also two surviving secular cantatas, Vuò cercando and O fronde care, to which Badalla wrote the text.
The Norton/Grove Dictionary of Women Composers, edited by Julie Anne Sadie and Rhian Samuel. "Rosa Giacinta Badalla" Robert L. Kendrick, pg. 32, Norton and Company, New York and London, 1995. ISBN 0-393-03487-9