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Final Fantasy XI: Original Soundtrack is the complete soundtrack of Final Fantasy XI. Subsequent soundtracks for the expansion packs were released in conjunction with each individual pack's release.

The Final Fantasy XI Original Soundtrack Premium Box is a collection of all the soundtracks of Final Fantasy XI and its expansions up to Treasures of Aht Urhgan.

Track list[]

Disc One (1:15:28)[]

  1. "FFXI Opening Theme" ~ Legend-The Crystal Theme, Memory of the People, Memoro de la Ŝtono, Memory of the Wind ~ — 6:46
    The themes that play during the Opening FMV sequence.
  2. Vana'diel March — 3:18
    Original title screen music.
  3. The Kingdom of San d'Oria — 4:34
    The theme for the city areas of San d'Oria.
  4. Ronfaure — 4:57
    The theme of the forested Ronfaure.
  5. Battle Theme — 2:17
    Standard solo battle theme in outdoor areas.
  6. Chateau d'Oraguille — 4:33
    The theme for the palace of San d'Oria.
  7. Batallia Downs — 4:30
    The theme for the hilly Batallia Downs area outside Jeuno.
  8. The Republic of Bastok — 2:53
    The theme for the city areas of Bastok.
  9. Gustaberg — 4:12
    The theme for the outdoor zones of Gustaberg.
  10. Metalworks — 3:02
    The theme for the administrative district of Bastok.
  11. Rolanberry Fields — 2:27
    The theme for the lush Rolanberry Fields area outside Jeuno.
  12. The Federation of Windurst — 3:12
    The theme for the city areas of Windurst.
  13. Heavens Tower — 6:25
    The theme for the administrative tower of Windurst.
  14. Sarutabaruta — 2:47
    The theme for the outdoor areas of Sarutabaruta.
  15. Battle in the Dungeon — 2:27
    Standard solo battle theme in dungeons.
  16. Sauromugue Champaign — 5:23
    The theme for the barren Sauromugue Champaign area outside Jeuno.
  17. Mhaura — 2:51
    The theme for the village of Mhaura.
  18. Buccaneers — 1:55
    Played whenever pirates attack the ferry between Mhaura and Selbina.
  19. Battle Theme #2 — 2:27
    Standard party battle theme in outdoor areas.
  20. Voyager — 2:14
    Played while riding the ferry between Mhaura and Selbina.
  21. Selbina — 2:18
    The theme for the village of Selbina.

Disc Two (1:15:12)[]

  1. Prelude — 1:18
    Plays on the PlayOnline page and after the Opening FMV. Later featured in various scenes.
  2. Regeneracy — 1:10
    Plays during installation of Final Fantasy XI.
  3. Hume Male — 1:54
    Character creation song for male Humes.
  4. Hume Female — 1:06
    Character creation song for female Humes.
  5. Elvaan Male — 1:52
    Character creation song for male Elvaans.
  6. Elvaan Female — 1:27
    Character creation song for female Elvaans.
  7. Tarutaru Male — 1:27
    Character creation song for male Tarutaru.
  8. Tarutaru Female — 0:50
    Character creation song for female Tarutaru.
  9. Mithra — 1:54
    Character creation song for Mithra.
  10. Galka — 1:40
    Character creation song for Galka.
  11. Airship — 2:19
    Theme of the airship when travelling from several cities.
  12. The Grand Duchy of Jeuno — 2:23
    The theme for the city areas of Jeuno.
  13. Ru'Lude Gardens — 2:31
    The theme for the upper plaza of Jeuno.
  14. Recollection — 3:10
    A arrangement of Memoro de la Ŝtono, and plays during key moments in the story.
  15. Anxiety — 2:44
  16. Battle in the Dungeon #2 — 1:33
    Standard party battle theme in dungeons.
  17. Blackout — 0:44
    This track plays upon KO.
  18. Mog House — 3:29
    Played while resting in a Mog House.
  19. Hopelessness — 1:53
  20. Fury — 1:37
    A tense track that plays in various cutscenes.
  21. Tough Battle — 3:00
    Plays during boss encounters at various battlefield events.
  22. Sorrow — 2:38
  23. Sometime, Somewhere — 1:47
  24. Xarcabard — 4:29
    The theme for the frozen valley of Xarcabard.
  25. Despair" ("Memoro de la Ŝtono") - 2:26
  26. Castle Zvahl — 9:10
    The theme for the interior of Castle Zvahl Keep.
  27. Shadow Lord — 1:51
    The theme song of the Shadow Lord. It is also heard when venturing into the realm of Dynamis.
  28. Awakening — 5:20
    Plays during the battle with the Shadow Lord.
  29. Repression" ("Memoro de la Ŝtono") - 3:07
  30. Vana'diel March #2 — 4:23
    An uplifting track that plays in various cutscenes.


·Disc 1·
  • Track 4. Ronfaure - Music & Arrangement: Nobuo Uematsu
  • Tracks 2, 3, 5-7, 11-21. Music & Arrangement: Naoshi Mizuta
  • Tracks 8-10. Music & Arrangement: Kumi Tanioka
  • Track 9. Gustaberg - Music & Arrangement: Hidenori Iwasaki

01. "FFXI Opening Theme"

  • Music: Nobuo Uematsu
  • Lyrics: Masato Kato
  • Translated Lyrics: Gaku Konishi
  • Orchestration: Shiro Hamaguchi

02. Vana'diel March

  • Harp phrase written by Nobuo Uematsu
  • Music & Arrangement: Naoshi Mizuta

07. Batallia Downs

  • Guitar: Satoshi Akamatsu
  • Music & Arrangement: Naoshi Mizuta

21. Selbina

  • Fiddle: Jim Edigger
  • Music & Arrangement: Naoshi Mizuta
·Disc 2·
  • Tracks 1, 11, 14-15, 19, 22-23, 25, 29. Music & Arrangement: Nobuo Uematsu
  • Tracks 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 16-18, 21, 24, 26, 30. Music & Arrangement: Naoshi Mizuta
  • Tracks 2, 4, 6, 8-9, 13, 20, 27-28. Music & Arrangement: Kumi Tanioka
  • Track 9. Mithra - Music & Arrangement: Hirosato Noda
  • Track 27. Shadow Lord - Music & Arrangement: Hidenori Iwasaki

20. Fury

  • Phrase from "Memoro de la Ŝtono" written by Nobuo Uematsu
  • Music & Arrangemnet: Kumi Tanioka

30. Vana'diel March #2

  • Harp phrase written by Nobuo Uematsu
  • Music & Arrangement: Naoshi Mizuta

Liner notes (translated from the original Japanese)[]

Nobuo Uematsu[]

All of the "technology" built up on our long history allows us to do much more than humans alone could do. We can move around easily in cars, air conditioners let us live in comfort all year long. Even without tedious study, computers can quickly give us correct data, and help us write our text. Developing network games is also very glorious. You can travel around the world with people you've never met before. You can communicate freely with people from different countries, cultures, and religions. I think it brings us one step closer to John Lennon's world in "Imagine".

However, there are two sides to everything. Depending on which side you look at it from, you can have two completely opposite meanings. Cars make people no longer walk as much, which weakened our legs, The pollution we made from our rough use of resources is slowly attacking us. Air conditioners destroy our senses towards the four seasons, and computers don't even allow us to think.

The Internet (along with net games), which has revolutionized communication with its superior speed, is also a bit scary, as it is the product of all that I've mentioned. You can talk to people even without seeing their faces, and even lie very easily.

You can even sway people's minds with a bit of writing talent, so people who gather in this area must have a strong will and good mind. As I've said before, I believe that the creation of net games is fabulous. If this world is the reason for many people to interact All of the developers will be happier than anything. Such a philosophy is the reason for the FFXI theme to be sung in an international language, Esperant.

Naoshi Mizuta[]

Some of you who are listening to this soundtrack probably haven't played Final Fantasy XI yet. As a network you may have not gotten the courage to try it. To those people, I'd like to say one thing: "Please, try the game out!" This game has the ability to change your image of "games".

You may feel a slight shock the first time you play it. I think it's safe to say that that's how much of an impact this game has. Until now, all the sounds and visuals that you saw on your TV were projected from your console. But network games aren't like that. People from around the world are on the other side of that TV you sit in front of. The warrior standing beside your wizard is seeing exactly what you are seeing.

If it rains, it's not just raining on you; It's raining on the world of Vana'diel. Yes, Vana'diel is a world that exists somewhere. Therefore, Final Fantasy XI is not really a game. Rather you can call it a Vana'diel experience program. Vana'diel will keep changing.

Fortunately, the door to Vana'diel has just been opened. And, your actions at Vana'diel are recorded in history. I'm looking forward to the day we can all explore the world.

Kumi Tanioka[]

Last year. "Tanioka, we have a meeting from 3." "Huh? About what?" "You'll see." And in the meeting room were Uematsu and Mizuta. "Now, Tanioka-san. Do you want to try FFXI?" "Huh."... I think that's how it all started. Final Fantasy XI was already in production, and I was just dazed. "This company sure is spontaneous..." is all I could say to myself, looking at the two.

I have many memories of Final Fantasy. My younger brother was hooked on it while I was in elementary school, he annoyed me because we only have one TV in the house, but I guess you can say that's how I came to be the way I am now. I was very bad at RPGs at the time, and I just watched my brother play. But I felt like I was playing, so it was fun. And maybe the music and sound effects got stuck in my head; I always remember that time when I hear them. Come to think of it, I used to think "making game music must be fun", but I never thought I'd be a composer in the future, Let alone FFXI. I felt really happy to be part of it, but I also felt a lot of pressure. But as usual, with the help of many people, I was able to finish it.

Uematsu-san, Mizuta-san allowed me to do many of the pieces even though I joined part way through, Iwada-san and Kumada-san, the manipulators, helped me with the picky parts of composing. The sound effects people gave me a lot of advice, as well as let me have some fun... (lol). But most of all, I'd like to thank the people who gave me advice and skill before when I joined the company and those people who always told me "good luck", I must have been very lucky. Hm? Then I better thank my parents, who first let me play music. Actually I'd better thank everyone around me. No, maybe everyone who plays the game -- Maybe I'm going overboard (lol). Well, I've never been serious in a while, so forgive me. Oh, and one more person. You in Osaka. I'd like to thank you most.

Music samples[]

Limited edition[]

The limited edition version of the soundtrack comes in a fold-out case and includes a DVD with the game's opening movie and other clips, as well as artwork by Yoshitaka Amano.

Sheet music[]

Book cover.

Published by DOREMI Music Publishing, the book Final Fantasy XI Original Soundtrack Piano Sheet Music contains Kumi Tanioka and Asako Niwa's solo piano arrangements for the music on the Final Fantasy XI: Original Soundtrack. The difficulty level is from beginner to intermediate. Additionally, Final Fantasy XI Best Sheet Music, a book containing only five pieces from the original soundtrack, has been released, with beginner level songs.

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