Game appearances Edit
"Troian Beauty" appears as a Field Music Sequence track, one of three new songs added to the base game from Final Fantasy IV.
Arrangement album appearances Edit
"Troian Beauty" is arranged by Máire Breatnach in Celtic style for this album. It is the fifteenth track of the album.
As with all the songs on the album, "Troian Beauty" is arranged with piano. It is the eleventh track contained therein.
"Troian Beauty" appears again in this album, arranged for piano by Hiroyuki Nakayama. It is the twelfth and final track of the album.
"Troian Beauty" is one of the songs arranged in a cafe style for this album. Arranged by Schroeder-Headz, it is the fifteenth track on the album.
"Troian Beauty" is a song on the album, arranged by Schroeder-Headz. It is the thirteenth track, making it the final track of the first disc.
Live performances Edit
"Troia" is one of the songs on the live recording album of A New World by Arnie Roth, where it is the twelfth track.
Compilation album appearances Edit
The Celtic Moon arrangement of "Troian Beauty" appears in this album, where it is the sixteenth track.
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