Wii Music songs list revealed. See the soundtrack including videos!

Wii Music on WiiWe thought it was time to make a Wii Music song list now that 48 of the 50+ total soundtrack has been revealed.

We have compiled the list of so far revealed songs and included (in-game) videos, so you can get a good and full look at what you will be playing and improvising to when Wii Music hits store shelves on October 20th in the United States and November 13th and 14th in Australia and Europe (respectively).

Here’s the Wii Music songs list in alphabetical order:

1. “American Patrol” the march by F.W. Meacham
2. “Animal Crossing’s K.K. Blues” by K.K. Slider
3. “Animal Crossing: Wild World” Theme
4. “Bridal Chorus” by Richard Wagner
5. “Chariots of Fire” by Vangelis (from Chariots of Fire)
6. “Daydream Believer” by The Monkees
7. “Do-Re-Mi” by Rodgers and Hammerstein (from The Sound of Music)
8. “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
9. “Every Breath You Take” by The Police
10. “F-Zero Mute City” Theme
11. “Happy Birthday To You” the birthday celebration song
12. “I’ll Be There” by The Jackson 5
13. “I’ve Never Been to Me” by Charlene
14. “Jingle Bell Rock” by Bobby Helms
15. “La Bamba” the Mexican folk song
16. “La Cucaracha” the Spanish folk song
17. “Legend of Zelda Overworld” Theme
18. “Material Girl” by Madonna
19. “Minuet in G major” by Johann Sebastian Bach
20. “My Grandfather’s Clock” the bluegrass song by Henry Clay Work
21. “O Christmas Tree” the Christmas carol
22. “Oh My Darling, Clementine” the American folk ballad
23. “On the bridge of Avignon” the French song about the Pont d’Avignon
24. “Over the Waves” by Juventino Rosas
25. “Overture” from the opera Carmen
26. “Please Mr. Postman” by The Marvelettes
27. “Sakura Sakura” the Japanese cherry blossom folk song
28. “Scarborough Fair” the traditional English ballad
29. “September” by Earth, Wind & Fire
30. “Sukiyaki” by Kyu Sakamoto
31. “Super Mario Bros.” Theme
32. “Swan Lake” the ballet by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
33. “Symphony No. 1’s Titan” by Gustav Mahler
34. “Symphony No. 9’s From the New World” by Antonin Dvorak
35. “Symphony No. 9’s Ode to Joy” by Ludwig van Beethoven
36. “The Blue Danube” the waltz by Johann Strauss II
37. “The Entertainer” by Billy Joel
38. “The Flea Waltz” is usually the first piano piece learned
39. “The Four Seasons’ Spring (La Primavera)” by Antonio Vivaldi
40. “The Loco-Motion” by Little Eva
41. “Troika” the Russian folk song
42. “Turkey in the Straw” the American folk song
43. “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” the English nursery rhyme
44. “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go” by Wham!
45. “Wii Music” Theme
46. “Wii Sports” Theme
47. “Woman” by John Lennon
48. “Yankee Doodle” the U.S. patriotical song

Please note that this info is based mostly on the Japanese version and thus certain obscure songs will likely be replaced with others depending on the region you live in. Other songs in the Japanese version include: “Butterfly” the German folk song, “Fir Tree” the German children’s song, “Memories” by Frantisek Drdla, “Santouruse from Bilbao” the Spanish folk song, “Hum Literature” the German folk song, and the unknown “Love Is Like A Dragonfly”.

The creator of Wii Music, Shigeru Miyamoto, had this to say about Wii Music in an interview: “Anyone can easily make a Mii, but you can also achieve some pretty fancy results. Wii Music is like that, but for music. There are 50 songs and 60 instruments to choose from. You can play six parts yourself, record your performances, play them back, and save them. So when it comes to long-time enjoyment for single players, I don’t think there’s any need to worry.”

Also, here’s a cat and dog band performing The Legend of Zelda theme on expert. Yes it’s awesome, really, hehe.

Latest songs discovered via Japanese Wiki, Neogaf, EG.
It took us many hours to make this list, so please enjoy.

UPDATE: Do you want to know how to get all these songs? This guide will help: Unlock all Wii Music songs and instruments.