Sierra Soundtrack Classics

These digital song files are the highest quality obtainable from the original source material. In some cases, only monophonic recordings of digital soundtracks were available, and those at only 22 kHz. You'll also find many original MIDI sequences, encoded at various bitrates, recorded directly from the Roland MT-32 Sound Module and/or Roland Sound Canvas.

  • Lost In Time
    "Ship Music" by Charles Callet. Having not played it, it's nice to finally hear some of the music from this game. Acquired from the game CD by Caliburn.
  • Lost In Time
    "The Crypt" by Charles Callet. A quite of an eerie tune.(Low audio quality) Acquired from the game CD by Frank M.
  • Lost In Time
    "The Manor" by Charles Callet. A calm and relaxing tune.(Low audio quality) Acquired from the game CD by Frank M.
  • Lost In Time
    "The Lighthouse" by Charles Callet. A calm and relaxing tune.(Low audio quality) Acquired from the game CD by Frank M.
  • Phantasmagoria
    "Consumite Furore" by Mark Seibert. The introduction as obtained from the game CD-ROM.
  • Phantasmagoria
    "Take A Stand" by Mark Seibert. Extracted from the CD-ROM by Jake Cooney.
  • Phantasmagoria II - A Puzzle Of Flesh
    "Rage" by Gary Spinrad. The closing music of Phantasmagoria II. Obtained from the Sierra Web Team.
  • Police Quest 2
    In Pursuit Of The Death Angel
    "Introduction" by Mark Seibert. By request, a Roland Sound Canvas recording of the opening theme. This GS version is practically identical to the MT-32 version.
  • Police Quest 3
    The Kindred
    "Introduction" by Jan Hammer. Another request, a Roland MT-32 recording of Jan's entire opening theme. Obtained from the original Roland MT-32 sequence.
  • Police Quest 3
    The Kindred
    "Closing Theme" by Jan Hammer. A combination of the MT-32 and Sound Canvas make up this MP3, for a cleaner, crisper sound.
  • Pro Football '95
    "Introduction" by Sierra On-Line, Inc. Not being a computer sports fan, I've missed out on some pretty nice music from Sierra! Thanks to John Cunney of Sierra for providing this MP3.
  • Quest Studios
    "A Hero's Quest" by Tom Lewandowski. An original arrangement based upon several themes from Quest For Glory I - IV. Performed on the Roland Sound Canvas. Encoded at 192 kpbs.
  • Quest For Glory I
    So You Want To Be A Hero...
    "Introduction" by Mark Seibert. The complete opening tracks. Obtained from the original Roland MT-32 sequence.
  • Quest For Glory I
    So You Want To Be A Hero...
    "Erana's Peace" by Mark Seibert. One of Mark's favorite compositions. Obtained from the original Roland MT-32 sequence.

  • Quest For Glory I
    So You Want To Be A Hero...
    "The Bar" by Mark Seibert. (Or 'Tavern', if you prefer.) This doesn't sound like a 'Mark Seibert' song to me, but I don't have any proof that it's not. (My guess is it was sequenced by Chris Brayman.) The song cried out to me, "I'm in desperate need of a breathy, tenor sax track", so I obliged. Recorded from the General MIDI VGA remake and arranged for the Roland Sound Canvas SC-8820.
  • Quest For Glory I
    So You Want To Be A Hero...
  • Quest For Glory II
    Trial By Fire
  • Quest For Glory III
    Wages Of War
  • Quest For Glory IV
    Shadows Of Darkness
  • Quest For Glory V
    Dragon Fire