Arabia (Üsküdara) - 18 Canada (Vive la Canadienne; O Canada) - 16 China (Jasmine Flower) - 22 Egypt (El Helwa Di) - 8 France (Tourdion: Quand je bois du vin clairet) - 14 Georgia (Shen Khar Venakhi; Tsaiqvanes Tamar Kali) - 18 Greece (Epitaph of Seikilos) - 19 Hungary (Hej Dunáról fúj a szél; Cinege, Cinege) - 18 India (Vaishnav Jana to tene) - 15 Indonesia (Rejang Dewa; Bapang Selisir) - 20 (19+1) A masterpiece of music, the later themes are a perfect blend of both traditional instruments and grand orchestra. This theme just sounds like paradise, something I wanna hear ascending to heaven or something like that. Japan (Itsuki Lullaby) - 23 Kongo (Banaha) - 14 (17-3) How did this one beat out America, Cree, and the Maori? It's too positive, to the point where its grating and after 2 times of playing I just mute and play a better civ's theme on my phone. Mali (Mali Sadjo; Masana Seesay) - 25 Mongolia (Pastoral Song; Urtin Duu) - 26 Nubia (Allah Musau) - 15 Ottomans (Yelkenler Biçilecek) - 24 Persia (Kereshme + Reng-e Shalakhu) - 22 Phoenicia (Hurrian Hymn to Nikkal, no. 6) - 19 Poland (Hej ide w las) - 19 Rome (Magna Mater) - 6 Scythia (Traditional Melody) - 27 Spain (Recuerdos de la Alhambra) - 23 Sumeria (Hurrian Hymn to Nikkal, no. 6) - 17 Sweden (Helan går; Polska efter Pelle Fors; Slängpolska efter Byss-Calle) - 16 Zulu (Uthe Ubhuti) - 21 Reminds me of a certain user in the past Music Theme Eliminated Thread, who justified his downvoting of American music because somehow a current political figure affects the quality of the music (???). I don't approve of the current Turkish government and its policies, but there is no denying that the Ottoman theme is incredible.