Plays in several scenes: before the attack on the monastery and when Ramza confronts Delita Heiral; before the battle with Confessor Zalmour Lucianada.
"Trisection" - 2:37
Plays in several scenes; the most important being the introductory battle at Orbonne Monastery; the battle against Argath Thadalfus at Ziekden Fortress; the second battle against Confessor Zalmour Lucianda and on the battle with Loffrey Wodring before he dies.
"Commander in Training"(士官候補生, Shikankōhosei?, lit. Officer Cadet) - 1:58
Plays on several scenes: when a knight sends the cadets to fight some "tortured thieves"; when Ramza is discreetly shown the switches to later open the gate in Lionel Castle; when Meliadoul accuses Ramza of killing her brother; when Ramza is denied entrance to the temple and before Construct 7 attacks the party.
Plays on several scenes: when Wiegraf kills Gustav Margriff and the party rescues Marquis Elmdore; when Folmarv Tengille hires a group to kill Ramza; when Ludovich Baert demands the Holy Stone from Ramza; when Simon Penn-Lachish is attacked at Orbonne Monastery and when Marach talks to Ramza about Alma's wherabouts.
"Zalbag, the Holy Knight"(聖騎士ザルバッグのテーマ, Seikishi Zarubaggu no Tēma?, lit. Zalbaag, the Holy Knight's Theme)) - 2:03
Plays on several scenes: when Dycedarg Beoulve tells the party to guard Eagrose Castle; when Delita lets Ovelia go with Ramza; when rescuing Besrudio Bunansa; after saving Orran Durai; when Ramza asks Delita to speak with Cid and when Beowulf gives Ramza the Holy Stone and he and Reis join the party.
"Run Past Through the Plain" - 1:58
Plays in some battles and when protecting Rapha from Marach.
Plays on the scene when Ramza and Delita watch the sunset at Mandalia Plains.
"Dycedarg's Theme"Daisudāgu no Tēma - 1:28
Plays on several scenes involving Dycedarg, most notably, when receiving the Capricorn Stone and as Zalbaag realizes the manipulation of his brother.
"Antipyretic" - 3:41
Plays on several battles: the first battle against Wiegraf; the battle against Gaffgarion in Golgollada; the second battle against Marach; when opening the floodgates on Besselat and on the battle against a zombified Zalbaag.
"Holy Angel's Theme"(聖アジョラのテーマ, Sei Ajora no Tēma?, lit. St. Ajora's Theme) - 2:51
Plays on several scenes: When Ovelia tells the legend of the Zodiac Brave; when Delita frames minister Glevanne for Ovelia's kidnapping; when Duke Barrington claims he has two Zodiac Stones; when buying a flower from the flower girl; as Loffrey unseals the gate to the Necrohol of Mullonde and when Cloud wants to defend the flower girl.
"Bloody Excrement" - 2:46
Plays on several battles: when saving Argath from the Death Corps; when Argath shoots Tetra; when saving Agrias in Balias Tor; the first battle against Zalmour; the battle against Folmarv, Loffrey and Cletienne; and the battle against Cletienne.
"And I Ran Away"(そして僕は逃げ出した, Soshite Boku wa Nigedashita?) - 0:28
Plays as Ziekden Fortress explodes and Ramza fells helpless at his cowardice and selfishness.
"Espionage" - 2:25
Plays in several battles: On the battles against Barich Fendsor; on the battle to save Reis; when protecting Cloud from thieves and on odd-numbered floors on the Midlight's Deep.
Plays on several scenes: when Delacroix explains the power of the Holy Stones; outside Orbonne Monastery when Wiegraf remains alive and Simon gives the Scriptures of Germonique to Ramza and on the scene before fighting Elidibus.
"Ovelia's Worries"(オヴェリアの不安, Overia no Fuan?) - 3:42
Plays when Wiegraf swears on Milleuda's grave to avenge her death and is approached by Loffrey, and on scenes at Zeltennia Castle, first when Delita tries to confront Ovelia and later when she starts to mistrust Delita.
"Under the Stars" - 3:15
Plays on several battles: first when fighting Isilud Tengille and in another battle with Beowulf as guest.
"Battle on the Bridge"(橋上の戦い, Hashiue no Tatakai?) - 3:31
Plays on several battles: when Gaffgarion betrays your party; in a battle against Celia, Lettie and Marquis Elmdore and on the battle against Dycedarg with Zalbaag as guest.
Plays on the scene where Delita informs Ovelia she is not a real princess.
"Holy Angel's Theme DELUXE"(聖アジョラのテーマ豪華版, Sei Ajora no Tēma Goukaban?, lit. St. Ajora's Theme Deluxe Edition) - 1:11
Plays on several scenes: when the narrative changes to the beginning of the War of the Lions and when Alma's body split's from Ajora.
"Cry of Pain!"(悲痛な心の叫び!, Hitsū na Kokoro no Sakebi!?, lit. Cry of a Sorrowful Heart!) - 2:41
Plays on several scenes: when Ramza fall into Gaffgarion's trap; when Orran offers Ramza words of encouragement; when Delita kills Goltana and when Ramza hands over the Scriptures of Germonique to Folmarv.
The sound test mode is available in the original Japanese PlayStation version by typing the password "BGMききたい" when entering the protagonist's name at the beginning of the game. It is accessible in the oversea PSP The War of the Lions port by typing "PolkaPolka". It contains all but two background musics in the game (excluding the music streamed into the FMV) mainly used for the novel games (these novels can actually be played or read in the Japanese version only).
Like its spiritual predecessor, Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together, all of the pieces are named differently from the OST and are sometimes given funny names. In the Japanese version, trivial notes of each track can be read by pressing the Select button.
The remaining two missing tracks from the sound test mode are the variation of "Espionage" and "Thunder God Cid". The former is played randomly inside the Midlight's Deep. The other one is played during the last scene with High Confessor Marcel Funebris. These two tracks are still ripped by the volunteers and available in the PSF (PSX and PS2 MIDI emulation) set of Final Fantasy Tactics.
Requiem is the event background music played during the conclusion of Chapter 3. It is listed the seventeenth track on disc 2 of the soundtrack. This track is also known as "Requiem for Mr. S" (Ｓ木君の鎮魂歌) in the Sound Test Mode as a joke to comment how the staff discovered the bug in the sound driver written by sound programmer Hidenori Suzuki (鈴木秀典). The bug is probably referring to the wrong notes played accidentally in the BGM. This bug is more constantly encountered when using a PlayStation emulator to run the game.
Published by DOREMI Music Publishing, the Final Fantasy Tactics Original Soundtrack Piano Solo Sheet Music book contains Asako Niwa's solo piano arrangements for the music on the Final Fantasy Tactics: Original Soundtrack. The difficulty level is beginner to intermediate.