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    Music in Civilization V

    I don't know if I'm the only one that like Civilization music. From the World of Jules Verne in Civilization II to John Adams music in Civilization IV. I still believe that Civilization IV have the most complete soundtrack of the series, just take a look at this at the article in Wikipedia for this.

    For what I understand for Civilization V, most of the music from the soundtrack are composed by Geoff Knorr and Michael Curran, but they also take stuffs from classic composers, if you look the Europe music folder, I'm not sure for the other ones.

    Unlike Civilization IV, probably because V is still a new game, I can't found the music list anywhere, plus some names of the files in the music folders are really obscurs like (suite no.5 in cm.ogg, sett no.1 fantasia.ogg). By trial and error, I found some, but most them are just too difficult. For those who have the game and like classic music, can we make a list together ? The ones I found:

    Edit: This is not complete. Thanks for everybody that help me!

    Europe Peace folder (DONE!):
    aaron copland - our town pt.1
    aaron copland - our town pt.2
    aaron copland - paisaje mexicano
    aaron copland - the tender land pt.1
    aaron copland - the tender land pt.2
    antonin dvorak - symphony no. 9 - ii. largo
    apm music - lives and secrets b
    apm music - lost to the world 1
    apm music - of ancient walls
    apm music - signs of life
    cesar franck - panis angelicus
    claude debussy - preludes - 8 - la fille aux cheveux de lin
    edvard grieg - peer gynt - aase's death
    frederic talgorn - american dreams
    gabriel faure - berceuse op.56
    gabriel faure - masques bergamasques
    gabriel faure - sicilienne
    george frideric handel - amaryllis suite
    isaac albeniz - iberia - iii. fete-dieu a seville
    jack trombey - dusk
    jack trombey - lacrimae
    orlando gibbons - fantasias a 3 no. 6
    simon park - chanson
    simon park - foxton lock
    william lawes - sett no.1 fantasia
    laurence joyce and john leach - summer idyll


    Europe War folder (some unknown):
    apm music - ancient forces
    apm music - angel or devil
    apm music - apocalypse warrior
    apm music - dark landscapes
    apm music - elipse
    apm music - future victory
    apm music - hidden forces
    apm music - last invasion
    apm music - lost emperor
    apm music - quiet courage
    apm music - seclusion
    apm music - stirring
    apm music - terre vibrante
    apm music - the final combat
    apm music - the last hero
    apm music - voices of war
    apm music - where and why
    frederic talgorn - epitaph
    frederic talgorn - field of poppies
    frederic talgorn - final judgement
    frederic talgorn - fragile truce
    georges bizet - carmen suite prelude
    glenn tollet - elegy
    gustav holst - egdon heath pt.1
    gustav holst - egdon heath pt.2
    gustav holst - hammersmith
    henry purcell - dido and aeneas - when i am laid in earth
    janos lehar - yerusholayim
    johann sebastian bach - komm susser tod
    paul lawler - tragedy
    peter merrick - adagio monochord
    simon park - a winters tale
    simon park and antonio valotti - at rest
    unknown - father's house
    unknown - les adieux
    unknown - long night
    unknown - symphonic synth edit


    Europe Either folder (1 unknown):
    aaron copland - the red pony
    amp music - dark voyage
    amp music - quest for peace b
    amp music - shadow a
    antonin dvorak - romantic pieces - iv. larghetto
    edvard grieg - piano concerto in a minor op.16 - ii. adagio
    frederic talgorn - missing in action
    gabriel faure - berceuse op.16
    george frideric handel - amaryllis suite sarabande
    gustav mahler - symphony no.5 - iv. adagietto
    johann mattheson - suite no.5 in c m
    mikhail ippolitov-ivanov - in the manger
    unknown - end


    America Peace folder (1 unknown):
    apm music - blooming
    apm music - carajas
    apm music - flame tree
    apm music - indian brave
    apm music - indian
    apm music - marajo
    apm music - urucu
    apm music - wind song 1
    apm music - wind song 5
    apm music - wind song 8
    inkuyo - tierra callowaya
    james demars - far from the water
    paul lawler - past mysteries
    r. carlos nakai - 12 20 82 song
    r. carlos nakai - canyon reverie
    r. carlos nakai - catfish muse
    r. carlos nakai - daybreak vision
    r. carlos nakai - inner voices
    r. carlos nakai - kokopelli wind
    r. carlos nakai - song for the morning star
    r. carlos nakai - winter solstice
    r. carlos nakai - woodsong
    traditional - jach's marka
    unknown - inca peace 1


    America War folder (1 unknown):
    apm music - a wild beauty a
    apm music - a wild beauty b
    apm music - bad turbulence
    apm music - cold and massive
    apm music - cold floating
    apm music - disturbing fusion
    apm music - heavy gurgling
    apm music - jurua
    apm music - little suspense
    apm music - luxuriant torpor
    apm music - man of sorrow
    apm music - nervous tremors
    apm music - old woman's lament
    apm music - panic fear
    apm music - persisting wriggling
    apm music - restless sleep
    apm music - slow fall
    apm music - tribal breath
    apm music - tribal tension
    apm music - unstable
    apm music - where eagles fly b
    apm music - wild force
    paul lawler - mists of time
    unknown - inca war 1


    America Either folder (almost done):
    apm music - biogenesis
    apm music - cold menace
    apm music - cold waiting
    apm music - fearful steps
    apm music - floating texture
    apm music - iriri
    apm music - light wave
    apm music - manitou
    apm music - miniature
    apm music - primitive march
    apm music - putumayo
    apm music - rolling tone
    apm music - solo flute 2
    apm music - song of the plains
    apm music - tragic action
    apm music - trombetas
    apm music - village morning
    apm music - wind song 4
    apm music - xingu
    global journey ltd - blackfoot nights
    global journey ltd - cheyenne prairie
    global journey ltd - dream of the navajo
    unknown - fatal running

    The Dvorak Larghetto is my favorite!
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    Asia Peace folder (1 unknown):
    apm music - bright colours
    apm music - flower elegy
    apm music - highlands of tibet
    apm music - infant emperor
    apm music - kambu
    apm music - lantern garden
    apm music - nang nahk
    apm music - phatcha
    apm music - rabum nokyoung
    apm music - sukhothai
    apm music - sunset journey
    apm music - taj mahal agra india a
    apm music - thar desert
    chen peixun - aria of snow
    john leach & francis silkstone - night raga
    katsutoshi nagasawa - five sketches on nishikigi - aidama. indigo ball
    katsutoshi nagasawa - five sketches on nishikigi - ruri. lapis lazuli
    li zhongyong - mountain village in a spring morning
    liu tianhua - joyful night
    ravi shankar - concerto for sitar and orchestra - iv. raga manj khamaj
    ravi shankar - morning love
    ravi shankar - sitar concerto no.2 - ii. bairagi
    ravi shankar - sitar concerto no.2 - iii. yaman kalyan
    ren guang - colorful clouds chasing the moon
    zhang qianyi - northern forest
    unknown - song of joy


    Asia War folder (almost done):
    akira ifukube - i. nocturne pt.1
    akira ifukube - i. nocturne pt.2
    akira ifukube - ballata sinfonica
    apm music - dark currents
    apm music - dragon dance
    apm music - dynasties of power
    apm music - golden temple
    apm music - holy water vessel
    apm music - honoured ways
    apm music - no resting place
    apm music - sai tar sinlapin
    apm music - song of the imperial throne
    apm music - three great rivers
    apm music - tide of destruction
    ian cleworth - miyajima
    ian cleworth & riley kelly lee - takeda's poem
    joji hirota - haru-ichiban pt.1
    joji hirota - harvest
    joji hirota - musashi mai uchi
    joji hirota - pageant
    michio miyagi - seoto
    traditional - kangen. hyojo no netori
    yuzo toyama - etenraku nokorigaku samben
    yuzo toyama - etenraku
    unknown - courtesy of black sun records - shinrabansyo
    unknown - courtesy of lyrichord - chos


    Asia Either folder (some unknown):
    apm music - great wall of china
    apm music - kap mai
    apm music - mother ganges
    apm music - the dynasty begins
    apm music - the enlightened one
    apm music - the eternal question a
    apm music - the floating temple
    apm music - to discover
    apm music - vi dam
    katsutoshi nagasawa - five sketches on nishikigi - moegi. yellowish green
    ravi shankar - concerto for sitar and orchestra - ii. raga sindhi bhairavi
    yun qu - ancient xiang shan melody
    yun qu - lotus
    yun qu - mei yun melody
    yun qu - the dragon emperor's lament
    unknown - jade hibiscus
    unknown - music of clouds
    unknown - tiaw tang


    Middle East Africa Peace folder (some unknown):
    ahmed mukhtar - sufi moments
    apm music - the senses awaken a
    brian keane - istanbul'dan
    brian keane and omar faruk tekbilek - salute to the sun
    john leach & francis silkstone - river sunrise
    omar faruk tekbilek - crescent moon
    omar faruk tekbilek - rast medhal pt.1
    omar faruk tekbilek - rast medhal pt.2
    omar faruk tekbilek - yalel
    michael atherton - maat
    michael atherton - shen
    unknown - senburgaz ciftetellisi
    unknown - iraqi cafe
    unknown - jallaman
    unknown - plang quel crudel basciar
    unknown - sufi


    Middle East Africa War folder (almost done):
    anonymous - march of the bey's
    apm music - arabia c
    apm music - damaged lands c
    apm music - fragile lands b
    apm music - saharan vistas
    bashir abdel al - aridda wal noor
    bashir abdel al - flying bird
    michael askill - air and other invisible forces
    michael askill - salome's entrance
    michael askill and omar faruk tekbilek - aman
    michael askill and omar faruk tekbilek - desert wind
    michael askill and omar faruk tekbilek - sufi house
    michael askill and omar faruk tekbilek - the goldsmiths
    michael atherton - atum iii
    michael atherton - atum v
    michael atherton - khet pt.2
    michael atherton - khet pt.3
    omar faruk tekbilek - gawazi
    omar faruk tekbilek - sultan of the hearts
    r.a. fish - pakistani sufi rhythm
    r.a. fish - whirling dervish rhythm
    traditional - raqsat albedoi (iraq)
    unknown - arab marshes
    unknown - dafa
    unknown - ornament


    Middle East Africa Either folder (some unknown):
    anonymous - solo for the ud
    brian keane and omar faruk tekbilek - ghizemli
    dijvan gasparian - brother hunter (armenia)
    dimitrie cantemir - pesrevin rastmode
    gian battista toderini - concerto turco nominato
    huseyin turkmenler - bride meeting tune of bolu
    michael askill and omar faruk tekbilek - cool water
    michael askill and omar faruk tekbilek - under desert stars
    omar faruk tekbilek - yunus
    traditional - nay solo
    unknown - judgemental wound
    unknown - pesrev yunusemre (ilahileri)
    unknown - testimony
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    I update the list, this is a huge improvement, but some are missing.

    This site help a lot for the licensed music (merci!), but they are still some unknown classic composer, especially for the "courtesy of dewolfe music" (that use classical music: bizet, grieg,...).
    http://www.civilization5.com/musiccredits/

    Also, some unknown could be original from the game.

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    The leader music was composed by Michael Curran and Geoff Knorr (and based on music from the cultures represented), the licensed music is not by them.

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    I absolutely wholeheartedly and almost violently agree with the OP: the music in Civilization IV is fantastic! At least for a classical music lover such as yours truly.

    Civ V, in this department, is sub par to Civ IV. Sure, it's not bad, but how do you go from the richness in Civ IV to the musical poverty of Civ V?

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    I think the music in Civ V is fantastic. Civ IV I haven't played much so I can't compare. My favorite piece in V so far is "Elipse" in the Music\Europe\War folder. For some reason it gets me. Does anyone know who the composer is?
    Last edited by MinoanGuy; 11-02-2010 at 06:58 PM.

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    *bump*

    Would like input on this if someone knows.. thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MinoanGuy View Post
    I think the music in Civ V is fantastic. Civ IV I haven't played much so I can't compare. My favorite piece in V so far is "Elipse" in the Music\Europe\War folder. For some reason it gets me. Does anyone know who the composer is?
    LIke I've said in the first post, Elipse is from APM Music production compagny, although I do not know the names of composers themselves (this is mostly composers write music together), they are most know for doing movies trailers music, my favorite song from them is Dark Bells:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkHKf8BeR94

    I was very surprise to see APM do a game score, but I don't think this is the first time, I heard their name somewhere else, plus, on Wikipedia they said:
    "APM Music has also been a major affiliate for the music production division of Electronic Arts."
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/APM_Music

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    Thank you for bringing this. The music is definitely another wonder in this game. I am a musician and I want to thank the developers for helping me to learn while I play. Besides there´s some meditation music playing during my indian campaign that really made for an experience while playing. As far as I know about games, this and civ 4 are unsurpassable.
    Great game, by the way

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    I edit the first message with some found unknown.

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    By doing a search on "dewolfe music" site, I found other unknown and update my two first messages:
    http://www.dewolfe.co.uk/musicsearch/

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    Out of curiosity, what does "apm" stand for? Looks like they did a LOT of the licensed music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nance View Post
    By doing a search on "dewolfe music" site, I found other unknown and update my two first messages:
    http://www.dewolfe.co.uk/musicsearch/
    This Wikipedia article has done the homework for you, I think:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_in_Civilization_IV

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fantasy View Post
    This Wikipedia article has done the homework for you, I think:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_in_Civilization_IV
    I was talking about Civilization V.

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    In my opinion, the music in Civ5 is one of the most outrageous instances of the overall half-assed nature of the game in general. I loved in Civ4 how the music was era-specific, so in the Middle Ages you hear real medieval music, and so on. In Civ5, not only does it sound like it's not real music but made-up boring elevator music, but it also doesn't seem to be era-specific, so you just hear the same few pieces of music on random rotation through the whole game. This is one reason the eras don't feel as different from each other as they did in Civ4.

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    Here you can find all info about music from Civ V - http://www.civilization5.com/musiccredits/
    I am impressed by quality and quantity of music created for this game, my fav.: Tiaw Tang, Iraqi Cafe, Holy Water Vessel, Intro video music, Gawazi, The Last Hero and others...

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    Thumbs up

    I personally love Shen, Sunset Journey, To Discover, Istanbul'Dan, Ghizemli, and Gawazi to just name a few of the more "unique" ones I don't really hear every day. I personally love the game as it opens up a whole new perspective of culture to me personally - not something you would find with many games out there...

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    The music in Civ V is certainly not bad, but it's certainly not as good as Civ IV's. Era-specific music beats Area-specific music anytime. Sure, Civ IV had 'west-centric' music, but at least every new era you had a fresh new batch of tracks. In Civ V even the European and Middle Eastern music get on my nerves after a while, even though I think they're good. The only time I played Montezuma after an hour or so I just wanted to bang my head into my screen, because it seemed as if one song was repeating over and over again. It would be awesome if they could combine Era- and Area-specific music, or even if it could be modded.

    But Civ IV also had me discovering the Brandenburg Concertos (and Bach in general), so it's quite impossible to beat that.

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    I think this is one of the areas of the game that Civ V suffers because of the brilliance of Civ IV (not that I'm saying this is why Civ V isn't as good - there are still many areas in V that could do with some love; I'm looking at you, multiplayer!). I mean, look at the menu music! If Civ IV had silent menus, we'd all be saying how V's menu music sets the tone excellently; but Baba Yetu just happens to be an incredible composition

    I enjoy Civ V's music, but I agree, there's not enough diversity, which can certainly become an annoyance on Marathon games.

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    Civilization V Collectors edition comes with 2 soundtrack CDs.

    Back cover:

    "For each of the leaders in Civilization V, we have chosen actual melodies from the leader's civilization as a starting point for our peace and war music. It has been a fascinating glimpse into the richly diverse musical styles our world encompasses. Enjoy !"

    DISC 1

    OPENING

    Track 1
    Opening Movie Music -Michael Curran

    Track 2
    Civilization 5 Theme - Michael Curran, Menu Music

    LEADER MUSIC
    EUROPE

    Tracks 3, 4
    Washington -Peace, war - Michael Curran
    America - America the Beautiful

    Tracks 5, 6
    Elizabeth -Peace, war - Geoff Knorr
    England - I Vow to Thee, My Country

    Tracks 7, 8
    Bismark -Peace, war - Michael Curran
    Germany - Ode to Joy

    Tracks 9, 10
    Napoleon -Peace, war - Michael Curran
    France - Cancan Melody from Offenbach's Orpheus in the Underworld

    Tracks 11, 12
    Catherine -Peace, war - Michael Curran
    Russia - Capulets and Montegues

    Tracks 13, 14
    Alexander - Peace, war - Geoff Knorr
    Greece - Epitaph of Seikilos

    Tracks 15, 16
    Augustus Caesar - Peace, war - Michael Curran
    Rome - Ancient Roman Melody Fragments

    MIDDLE EAST / AFRICA

    Track 17
    Ramesesses II - Peace, war - Michael Curran
    Ancient Egypt - Ancient Egyptian Melody Fragments

    DISC 2

    Tracks 1, 2
    Darius I - Peace, war - Geoff Knorr
    Persia - Morghe Sahar

    Tracks 3, 4
    Askia - Peace, war - Michael Curran
    Songhai - Gambia folk song

    Tracks 5, 6
    Harun al-Rashid - Peace, war - Michael Curran
    Arabia - Thikrati; Hijaz Maqam

    ASIA

    Tracks 7, 8
    Wu Zetian - Peace, war - Michael Curran
    China - Goa Shan Liu Shui

    Tracks 9, 10
    Gandhi - Peace, war - Michael Curran
    India - Raga Asa

    Tracks 11, 12
    Oda Nobunaga - Peace, war - Geoff Knorr
    Japan - Rokudan no Shirabe

    AMERICAS

    Tracks 13, 14
    Montezuma - Peace, war - Michael Curran
    Aztec - Cora Mitote Song from Santa Teresa

    Tracks 15, 16
    Hiawatha - Peace, war - Ian Smith
    Iroguois - Ho, Ho, Watanay


    Music Produced by Michael Curran and Geoff Knorr
    Orchestration by Geoff Knorr
    Orchestra Conducted by Andy Brick
    Orchestra: Filmharmonic Orchestra Praque
    Choirmaster: Stanislav Mistr
    Concertmaster: Rita Čepurčenco & Miloš Jahoda
    Recording Engineer: Jan Kotzmann
    Assistant Engineer: Cenda Kotzmann
    Music Preparation: Geoff Knorr
    Orchestra Librarian: Tomáš Kirschner

    Mixed by Scott Metcalfe, Michael Curran, Geoff Knorr and Ian Smith
    Mastered by Scott Metcalfe


    --
    Needless to say, I love the music in Civ V, way better than IV, IMO.
    As long as we are discussing arts, I think the artwork book that came in the collectors edition box is fantastic too. The Paintings and drawings in it are overwhelming.
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    Well done on creating the list, Nance. I personally love the music.

    On a related note, as the last patch was released, I also bought the Babylon DLC. Playing as Japan, there seems to be a lot of new songs now. Does anyone know if there was new music with the patch and/or Babylon?

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    Lightbulb Oh I forgot....

    Chanson.... omg! What a brilliant opus of musical artwork! Bliss! Thank you Simon Park! *sighs*

    And as a side note, everyone has different tastes, so no one game (or artwork, music, or anything for that matter) can possibly make everyone 100% happy. In my opinion, focus on taking the time to enjoy the bits you like. I haven't tried this, but I'm sure if you removed those tracks from the folders that you didn't like, they wouldn't be played in-game. At the same time, add in tracks that you do like. I can just imagine someone playing a game of Civ5 to heavy metal...

    But, again, thank you to Civ 5 for introducing me to these wonderful pieces of work that I might have never heard otherwise.

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    I love the England Peace theme. I also like some of the in-game music although I've never gotten around to finding out their names. The menu music is also pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by back seat astronaut View Post
    In my opinion, the music in Civ5 is one of the most outrageous instances of the overall half-assed nature of the game in general. I loved in Civ4 how the music was era-specific, so in the Middle Ages you hear real medieval music, and so on. In Civ5, not only does it sound like it's not real music but made-up boring elevator music, but it also doesn't seem to be era-specific, so you just hear the same few pieces of music on random rotation through the whole game. This is one reason the eras don't feel as different from each other as they did in Civ4.
    First off, if someone thinks Civ V's music sucks automatically because its not Mozart of Bach, then their standards might be just a little high. Yes, I do agree that Civ IV had a fantastic sound track, but a lot of it was pulled from other sources like the two aforementioned composers. However, this soundtrack was written from the ground-up, which is no easy feat. Also, while it is true that Civ V doesn't have era specific music, it DOES have region specific music, something that Civ IV didn't have at all. I think that while Civ IV had an unbelievable soundtrack, Civ V does a great job following it up, in my opinion.

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    I prefer the region specific music of Civ 5 over the music in IV....although I do miss the tribal sounding drum music at the beginning of every game in IV.

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    On CivFanatics, someone found some of the unknown from the Asia Either folder and I update the list:
    yun qu - ancient xiang shan melody
    yun qu - lotus
    yun qu - mei yun melody
    yun qu - the dragon emperor's lament

    I don't know about the music from the patch, sorry.

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    Post Unknown Artist Update

    I realize this is a very old thread; however I have solved an unknown artist! Thanks to Shazam, I was able to find the artist for Father’s House in the Europe - War folder. Since I was unable to find any updated or new information on the track anywhere else, I'm posting here in the hopes that it will help fellow OCD game score lovers complete their collection with accurate information.

    Anyway, the track is actually a song called Memoirs by Ahmad Pejman. I listened to the entire track on Rhapsody, and was able to confirm that this is the identical song. I have no idea why the track was renamed to Father's house, but there you have it.

    I'm also working on expanding the great information provided by Nance for my own personal library with actual composers for each track, as Associated Production Music (APM) and De Wolfe, the publishers of a lot of the music in this folder, have great search tools to be able to find each composer.

    I may or may not update this post, once completed; however if I happen to find any additional information on unknown artists and cannot find it posted anywhere else, I'll make sure to update this post.

    Update:

    Christophe Zurfluh - Les Adieux

    I'm happy to have stumbled on this one, as this is one of my favorite "war" tracks. I also like the rest of his compositions (can listen to them through the link provided).

    Ahmad Pejman - Illusion [Long Night]
    Leopold Stokowski - Symphonic Synthesis [Edit]

    As with most classical pieces, there are actually quite a few recordings of this piece, but this specific recording comes from the album, WAGNER: Stokowski Transcriptions by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.

    Happy listening!
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    Post Europe War Track List (with composers)...

    Finally finished the Europe: War "album." List is alphabetical in the default order they appear within the folder.

    Peter Merrick - Adagio Monochord
    Philippe Guez & Patrick Maarek - AncientForces [Strings Only]
    Philippe Guez & Patrick Maarek - Angel or Devil [Emotional Orchestral]
    Philippe Guez & Patrick Maarek - Apocalypse Warrior [Strings Only]
    Simon Park & Antonio Valotti - At Rest
    Simon Park - A Winters Tale
    Georges Bizet - Carmen Suite Prelude
    Richard Harvey - Dark Landscapes
    Gustav Holst - Egdon Heath [Part 1]
    Gustav Holst - Egdon Heath [Part 2]
    Glenn Tollet - Elegy
    Jerome Coullet - Ellipse
    Frederic Talgorn - Epitaph
    Ahmad Pejman - Memoirs [Father's House]
    Frederic Talgorn - Field of Poppies
    Frederic Talgorn - Final Judgement
    Frederic Talgorn - FragileTruce
    Philippe Guez & Patrick Maarek - Future Victory
    Gustav Holst - Hammersmith
    Richard Harvey - Hidden Forces
    Johann Sebastian Bach - Komm, Süßer Tod
    Philippe Guez & Patrick Maarek - Last Invasion [Emotional Orchestral]
    Christophe Zurfluh - Les Adieux
    Ahmad Pejman - Illusion [Long Night]
    Philippe Guez & Patrick Maarek - Lost Emperor [Emotional Orchestral]
    Steve Carter - QuietCourage
    Tony Hinnigan - Seclusion
    Richard Harvey - Stirring
    Leopold Stokowski - Symphonic Synthesis [Edit]
    Alain Kremski - Terre Vibrante
    Philippe Guez & Patrick Maarek - The Final Combat [Strings Only]
    Philippe Guez & Patrick Maarek - The Last Hero [Strings Only]
    Paul Lawler - Tragedy
    Philippe Guez & Patrick Maarek - Voices of War [Strings Only]
    Henry Purcell - When I Am Laid in Earth
    Steve Carter - Where and Why
    Janos Lehar - Yerusholayim

    Big thanks again to the OP, as without her posts, I would not have been anywhere near as easy to find the composers/artists. At this point I'm unsure as to whether I'll be pulling anything other than the "war" folder. I found myself going to war in-game just to listen to this music, and knew that I had to compile this into an album for off-game listening. So far none of the other music has had this effect, and I'm not personally sure if it would be worth the effort.

    Regardless, I do again hope this completed track list for "Europe: War" helps those who are still looking to complete the information.

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