Here are the Ultima VII MIDI files. They sound best in a 32 Voice sound card or better. However, if you are stranded with just a 16 bit Sound Blaster or compatible card, then you can listen to the MP3s, which quite sound better than the MIDIs.
Composition by: Dana Glover, Marc Schaefgen, Raymond Benson, Kathleen Jones, Herman Miller, David Watson, Kirk Winterrowd
(Update 2020s: You need to use Internet Explorer for this page as modern browsers don't support in-browser native midi file playback)
You can also download all the above MIDIs.
All songs/mp3s here are Copyright Origin Systems 1992, 1993. For remixes, please head over here.
Stones (1.75 MB)
The ever-popular Stones Music. This music is played immediately at the beginning. This has just got to be the first mp3 of any Ultima VII music list.
Combat Music (3.73 MB)
This music contains Dead Bodies, Fighting, Danger Lurking and more.
Non Combat Music - #1 (2.59 MB)
Contains the Passion Play, Love Music and a variety of all other gentle mp3s.
Non Combat Music - #2 (2.13 MB)
Contains the Gamble Den Music, Baths music, Camp and lots more!
Crematorium & Fellowship Music (1.89 MB)
This music plays when you enter the Crematorium, Fellowship Hall, or meeting area.
Approach a abandoned house (Like Gwenno's house and this music plays. Also includes the Music when Batlin tried the Walls of Lights.
Magic Carpet Music (1.32 MB)
When you fly the magic carpet, this music plays.
Bane's Theme / Shamino the Amoral (1.71 MB)
As the title says, this music, from Serpent's Isle, is played when encountering the Banes or Shamino.
Conversation with Gwenno (1.55 MB)
When, in Serpent Isle, you talk with Gwenno, this music plays. One of the best music in Ultima VII.
Emps & Gwani Music (1.41 MB)
Personally, I think the Emps and Gwani theme just isn't worth the talk but here is the Emp and Gwani Theme anyway.
Dupre's Death Music (1.53 MB)
This piece of music is played when Dupre kills himself in Serpent Isle which is to sacrifice himself instead of the Avatar.