Final Fantasy Compendium

These soundtracks contain remixes or reworkings of tracks from the games; many of them include vocals as well.


Final Fantasy: Symphonic Suite (Buy it!)
Released: May 1990
Seven "scenes" from FF1 and 2 performed by a full orchestra.

Final Fantasy IV: Celtic Moon (Buy it!)
Released: October 1991
15 tracks from FF4 remixed as Celtic fiddle music.

Final Fantasy IV Piano Collections (Buy it!)
Released: April 1992
14 tracks from FF4 only played by piano; includes a hardcover book of sheet music.

Final Fantasy V Piano Collections (Buy it!)
Released: June 1993
13 tracks from FF5 only played by piano; includes a hardcover book of sheet music.

Final Fantasy III: Eternal Legend Of Wind
Released: May 1990
This CD is an English narrative, telling the legend behind the four crystals. Done in 7 tracks with music between each "chapter".

Final Fantasy V: Dear Friends (Buy it!)
Released: March 1994
14 tracks from FF5 remixed and played by a Finnish band in the mode of FF4: Celtic Moon. Two of the songs were given vocals in Saami.

Final Fantasy VI: Grand Finale (Buy it!)
Released: May 1994
11 remixed tracks from FF6, including the original Italian Opera House scene.

Final Fantasy VI Piano Collections (Buy it!)
Released: June 1994
13 tracks from FF6 only played by piano; includes a hardcover book of sheet music.

Final Fantasy Vocal Collections I: Pray (Buy it!)
Released: June 1994
11 tracks from FF1 through FF6, revamped and given vocals in English, Japanese, French, or Portugese.

Phantasmagoria (Buy it!)
Released: October 1994
11 original tracks from Nobuo Uematsu (one of them is hidden). This is published by Square and contains the Final Fantasy theme, but other than that it has no relation to the Final Fantasy series. Two of the tracks have Japanese vocals.

Final Fantasy Mix (Buy it!)
Released: November 1994
15 tracks from FF1 through 6, remixed in an upbeat, techno/Latino/hip-hop style.

Final Fantasy Vocal Collections II: Love Will Grow (Buy it!)
Released: November 1995
11 tracks from FF1 through 6 given vocals in English, Japanese, French, or Portugese.

Fantastic Wave - Final Fantasy Sound Fair
Released: 1995
19 tracks from various FF albums. Released as a promotion.

Fithos Lusec Wecos Vinosec: Final Fantasy VIII (Buy it!)
Released: November 1999
13 orchestrated tracks from FF8. Includes three new tracks.

Final Fantasy VIII Piano Collections (Buy it!)
Released: January 2000
13 tracks from FF8 only played by piano; includes the sheet music to "Eyes On Me".

Final Fantasy IX Piano Collections (Buy it!)
Released: January 2001
14 tracks from FF9 done only in piano.

feel/Go Dream: Yuna & Tidus
Released: October 2001
6 tracks based on music from FFX: three vocals and the same three tracks as instrumentals.

Final Fantasy X Piano Collections (Buy it!)
Released: February 2002
15 tracks from FF10 done only in piano.

Final Fantasy X Vocal Collections (Buy it!)
Released: December 2002
14 original vocal tracks (songs and dialogue) from FF10, spoken in-character by the Japanese voice actors.

2002/02/20: Music From Final Fantasy (Buy it!)
Released: May 2002
A recorded orchestral concert, containing 16 orchestrated tracks from FF1 straight through 10. Also contains extra CD-ROM content.

Project Majestic Mix: Silver Edition (Buy it!)
Released: June 2002
Contains 16 fan-done arrangements and remixes of Nobuo Uematsu's music.

Project Majestic Mix: Gold Edition
Released: June 2002
Contains Project Majestic Mix: Silver Edition and a new disc with 13 fan-done arrangements and remixes of Nobuo Uematsu's music.

White Melodies of FF Tactics Advance (Buy it!)
Released: February 2003
14 arranged tracks from FFTA in a "new age" style.

The Black Mages (Buy it!)
Released: February 2003
10 arranged tracks from many Final Fantasies. All tracks are based on battle themes in the various games, and are arranged in a hard-rock style. Highly recommended.

KUON ~ Memory of Lightwaves: Music from FFX-2 (Buy it!)
Released: March 2003
3 arranged tracks based on FFX-2 music.

Final Fantasy X-2 Vocal Collections: Yuna (Buy it!)
Released: July 2003
4 original vocal tracks voiced by Yuna, combined with a DVD with CGI animated footage and behind-the-scenes. This is available as a single CD or part of a compilation. The cover picture is completed when matched up with the other two FFX-2 Vocal Collections.

Final Fantasy X-2 Vocal Collections: Rikku (Buy it!)
Released: July 2003
4 original vocal tracks voiced by Rikku, combined with a DVD with CGI animated footage and behind-the-scenes. This is available as a single CD or part of a compilation. The cover picture is completed when matched up with the other two FFX-2 Vocal Collections.

Final Fantasy X-2 Vocal Collections: Paine (Buy it!)
Released: July 2003
4 original vocal tracks voiced by Paine, combined with a DVD with CGI animated footage and behind-the-scenes. This is available as a single CD or part of a compilation. The cover picture is completed when matched up with the other two FFX-2 Vocal Collections.

Final Fantasy VII Piano Collections (Buy it!)
Released: December 2003
13 tracks from FFVII done only in piano.

Final Fantasy Song Book - Mahoroba (Buy it!)
Released: March 2004
10 rearranged tracks, selected from various FFs.

Final Fantasy X-2 Piano Collections (Buy it!)
Released: March 2004
12 tracks from FFX-2 (some taken from International + Last Mission), done only in piano.

The Black Mages 2: The Skies Above (Buy it!)
Released: December 2004
11 arranged tracks from many Final Fantasies. The album contains about half battle music, half other, rather than the the previous album which focused mostly on action-oriented selections. "The Skies Above" is a remix of "To Zanarkand" from FF10 with a hard rock motif and inserted lyrics.

The Star Onions - Final Fantasy XI Arranged Album (Buy it!)
Released: August 2005
Contains music arranged by the Star Onions, led by Naoshi Mizuta, who did most of the music for FF11.

Dear Friends: Music from Final Fantasy
Released: 2005
A compilation of music that was performed at the "Dear Friends" concerts. The versions on this album are lifted directly from their respective soundtracks.

More Friends: Music from Final Fantasy
Released: 2005
A compilation of music that was performed at the "Dear Friends" concerts. The versions on this album are lifted directly from their respective soundtracks.

More Friends: Final Fantasy Orchestra Concert in Los Angeles 2005
Released: February 2006
The album of the ACTUAL concert held at Universal Amphitheater in LA. Features a full orchestra and choir, plus performances by Emiko Shiratori and Rikki, plus a bonus track of The Black Mages performing with the orchestra.

The Black Mages 3: Darkness and Starlight
Released: March 2008
9 Final Fantasy tracks and 1 original track arranged hard-rock style by Nobuo Uematsu. Contains a mix of battle and other themes.


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