I love this mod, and especially love its music. So when I started teaching a class on medieval literature earlier this year, I recommended this mod to my students, both for the sake of learning European history but especially for the sake of the songs it features. This weekend, to make life easier for them, I decided to compile a playlist of the game's soundtrack. Then I decided to expand that playlist, by including all of the medieval music featured in the base game, as well the Eastern Orthodox tracks on the 'Sword of Islam' playlist. This is the result. Civ IV - Medieval Music collection Spoiler Track List : CIVILIZATION IV soundtrack: "Miserere" (Have Mercy), "Ay santa Maria" (O Holy Mary), "La luna te guarda" (Behold the Moon) "Missa et ecca terrae motus: Gloria" (Earthquake Mass: Glory), "Deus, judex justus" (God our Just Judge), "Laudate Deum" (Give Praise to God), "Regem cui omnia vivunt" (King of All the Living), "Danza alta, sobra 'la Spagna'" (High Dance based on the theme 'Spain'), "El grillo" (The Cricket), "O mors inevitabilis" (O Inescapable Death), "Alma redemptoris mater" (Loving Mother of our Savior), "Intemerata Dei mater" (Virgin Mother of God), "Requiem: Kyrie" (Mass for the Dead: Have Mercy), "Recercada tercera" (Variations, No. 3), "Missa Papae Marcelli: Gloria" (Pope Marcellus Mass: Glory), "Missa Papae Marcelli: Credo" (Pope Marcellus Mass: I Believe), "Terpsichore: Ballet du Roy" (Dances from Terpsichore: Royal Ballet), "Terpsichore: Bransle (Dances from Terpsichore: Bransle), "Terpsichore: Volte" (Dances from Terpsichore: Lavolta), "Media vita in morte sumus" (In the Midst of Life) RFC EUROPE mod soundtrack: "Ot koga se, mila moya mayno lyo" (Since Break of Dawn), "Bogorodice djevo" (O Virgin Mother of God), "Rosa das rosas: Prologo" (Rose of Roses: Prologue), "Dum Pater familias" (When God the Father), "Introit: Benedicta sit" (Entrance: Blessed Be), "Propiñán de melyor", "Quen quér que ten en Desdên", "Dindiridin" (I Arose One Day), "Nevestinko oro" (O Unfortunate Soul), "Skarazula marazula" (folk dance from Friuli), "Douce Dame jolie" (O Sweet Lovely Lady), "Ólafur liljurós" (Olaf Rode Along), "Quen a Virgen ben servirá" (He Who Heeds the Virgin), "Bailemos nos ja todas tres" (We Three Friends Dance Together), "Anni novi novitas" (Newness of a New Year), "Conditor alme siderum" (Creator of the Stars of Night), "Martin jograr" (Martin the Minstrel), "Saltarello" (court dance from Naples), "Mia irmana fremosa" (My Beautiful Sister), "Jay grant espoir" (I Greatly Hope), "Eno sagrado en Vigo" (On Sacred Ground in Vigo), "Robin Hood and the Tanner", "Pax aeterna" (Peace Everlasting), "Polorum regina" (Queen of Heaven) RFC SWORD OF ISLAM mod soundtrack: "I zoi en tafo" (Life in the Tomb), "Troparion" (Hymn of the Nativity), "Kapuit manushak" (Blue Violet), "Salve regina" (Hail Holy Queen) Spoiler Caveats : Each of these tracks are the same artist and same recording as what appears in the game. There are a two exceptions -- "Mia irmana fremosa" should be the version performed by the Dufay Collective, and "Polorum regina" should be by St. George's Canzona -- though in each case I tried to find another performance that most resembles them. I don't believe the the mod's versions of those two songs are even on YouTube, though I will add them to the playlist if someone else points them out. In the course of searching for these tracks, I encountered so many other pieces of medieval and Renaissance music that really felt like they belonged in the mod. I will post a separate playlist of those songs for your consideration (once I get around to putting it together). However, I'd like to start the conversation, of what the soundtrack for RFC Europe 2.0 should look like. What songs should we add to the soundtrack? Are there any songs from the base game or SoI that we should bring into the mod? On the other side of the ledger, what songs do you want to see gone? Do any of them distract you from the game, or grate on your nerves, or something else? What changes should we make?