Over at this Fallout 4 Wiki is a list of all songs in Fallout 4. According to this list, the majority of the songs on Diamond City Radio are real songs from the 1930ies to 1960ies.
There are a few songs, sung by the in-game character "Magnolia", that appear on Diamond City Radio. These songs were recorded specifically for the game:
Baby It's Just You
The songs are are follows:
Timmy and Tommy's shop: Town Hall and Tom Nook's Store - Animal Crossing: Wild World (Animal Crossing)
Beedle's shop: Village of the Blue Maiden (Zelda)
Funky Kong's shop: Funky's Fugue (Donkey Kong)
Anna's shop: Conquest (Ablaze) (Fire Emblem)
Sheldon's shop: Kraken Up (Splatoon)
Source: I went through all the songs in the ...
The 5 note 'death fanfare' from Pitfall is an adaptation of the opening notes of the theme song to the old TV and radio show Dragnet:
It should be noted that, as the original date of publication was in 1953, the theme should not be presumed to be in the public domain.
(Wrythe - On Silent Wings)
I was looking for it as well. Just typed in a few of the lyrics, and found it. Cheers, mate!
I just realised I was not in the exact place you were on the map, but rather close. I went to where you were, and didn't hear any music. I apologise if I was mistaken.
Though, the interior looks just like the one you posted.
It's called Ascension by composer Neal Acree, featuring The Skywalker Symphony and Chorus, and vocalist Laurie Ann Haus.
Neal Acree has released the full track on his Youtube page:
I stumbled upon this a few days ago. I hope you're still around to enjoy it!
Here are all the songs GameXplain found in the full version:
The Legend of Zelda Overworld (TLoZ)
Wind Waker Title Screen (WW)
Clock Town (MM)
Realm Overworld (ST)
Fairy Fountain (ALttP)
Song of Storms / Windmill Hut (OoT)
Dark World (ALttP)
Fi's Theme (SS)
Ballad of the Goddess (SS)
Linebeck's Theme (PH)
Lon Lon Ranch (OoT)
Zelda's Lullaby (ALttP/OoT)
The song in the video you linked is titled as Rowdy Rumble.
This is certainly not an Aqua only track. This song appears in a few mini-boss battles at Terra & Ventus, and is a track in Kingdom Hearts 2 as well.
According to this list on GameFAQs, the music list is as follows:
Music 1: Trainer battle.
Music 2: Wild Pokémon battle.
Music 3: Rival battle.
Music 4: Gym Leader battle.
Music 5: Mega Evolution Tutorial Battle (Lucario vs Lucario)
Music 6: Team Flare battle.
Music 7: Lysandre battle.
Music 8: Kalos Legendaries battles.
Music 9: Kanto (Gen 1) Legendaries ...
No, Lúcio's ability songs are not in the official soundtrack, but you can download them on Blizzard's Overwatch press page.
Scroll down until you see two WAV files. Those are what you're looking for. You might want to convert them to something more handy, like FLAC, though.
The tracks don't appear to have official names other than 'Background Music'. VGMusic.com simply calls them:
With each representing the different 'scales' that you hear in each screen. You can download them as MIDI files from the same source.
The tune is a cover of the first part of the song The Longest Day by Paul Anka, from the movie of the same name
Information about this game seems to be hard to find so I haven't found any official statement that the game's background music is indeed a cover of this song, but the tunes are so similar that it's apparent they are the same
Here's an ...
Yes. For example, two of the original theme songs from Fallout 2 and 3, Maybe and I don’t want to set the world on fire, are works of Ink Spot, a band from 1930s. Bethesda has also included many other Ink Spot’s songs, along with some other mid 1900 songs.
This is a section of the track Welcome to Markov Geist, produced by Mode7 Games' in-house musician and studio co-owner nervous_testpilot.
It can be purchased on its own, as part of the game's official soundtrack, or included in the Soundtrack Edition of the game.