The Green Leaves Of Summer, composed by Dimitri Tiomkin & Paul Francis Webster and arranged & performed by Nick Perito, from The Alamo: The opening credits.
La Condanna (The Verdict), by Ennio Morricone, from La resa dei conti: The arrival of the Nazis at the LaPadite farm.
L'incontro Con La Figlia, by Ennio Morricone, from Il ritorno di Ringo: The assassination of Shosanna's family and her subsequent escape.
White Lightning (Main Theme), by Charles Bernstein, from White Lightning: Pvt. Butz's introduction and Basterds aftermath / Lt. Aldo carving a swastika into Butz / Introduction of Shosanna and the theater in 1944.
Il Mercenario (Ripresa), by Ennio Morricone, from Il mercenario: Aftermath of the Basterds attack / Sgt. Rachtman approaches and salutes Lt. Aldo.
Slaughter (Main Theme), by Billy Preston, from Slaughter: Sgt. Hugo Stiglitz's theme.
Algeri: 1 November 1954, by Ennio Morricone & Gillo Pontecorvo, from La battaglia di Algeri: The Basterds springing Stiglitz from jail.
La Resa (The Surrender), by Ennio Morricone, from La resa dei conti: Sgt. Donowitz's introduction.
Un Dollaro Bucato (Main Theme) (One Silver Dollar), by Gianni Ferrio, from Un dollaro bucato: Bistro music during Shosanna's and Zoller's conversation.
Hound Chase (Intro), by Charles Bernstein, from White Lightning: Major Hellstrom informs Shosanna that she must come with him.
The Saloon, by Riz Ortolani, from Al di là della legge: Piano music at Maxim's during Shosanna's lunch with Goebbels, Francesca, Zoller and Hellstrom.
Bath Attack, by Charles Bernstein, from The Entity: Shosanna sees Col. Landa again for the first time since he killed her family.
Claire's First Appearance, by Jacques Loussier, from The Mercenaries: Shosanna decides to burn the theatre down on the night of the premiere of Stolz der Nation.
The Fight, by Jacques Loussier, from The Mercenaries: Stiglitz sharpens his knife in front of Lt. Hicox.
Davon Geht Die Welt Nicht Unter, composed by Bruno Balz & Michael Jary and performed by Zarah Leander, from Die große Liebe: The first song playing in La Louisiane (while the first card game is going on).
The Man with the Big Sombrero, composed by Phil Boutelje & Foster Carling and performed by The Michael Andrew Orchestra, from Hi Diddle Diddle: The second song playing in La Louisiane (while Bridget is attempting to inform the Basterds of the recent changes in Operation Kino).
Ich Wollt Ich Wär Ein Huhn, composed by Hans Fritz Beckmann & Peter Kreuder and performed by Lilian Harvey, Willy Fritsch & Paul Kemp, from Glückskinder: The third song playing in La Louisiane (while Sgt. Wilhelm interrupts the conversation to talk to Bridget).
Dark of the Sun (Main Theme), by Jacques Loussier, from The Mercenaries: Lt. Aldo and Bridget start coming up with Plan B for Operation Kino.
Cat People (Putting Out The Fire), composed by David Bowie & Giorgio Moroder and performed by David Bowie, from Cat People: Shosanna's preparation montage for her revenge.
Mistico e Severo (Mystic and Severe), by Ennio Morricone, from Da uomo a uomo: Col. Landa studies the lobby and finds Bridget and the Basterds.
The Devil's Rumble, composed by Davie Allan & Mike Curb and performed by Davie Allan & The Arrows, from Devil's Angels: Sgt. Donowitz and PFC Ulmer study the opera boxes and take their seats among the Nazi officers.
What'd I Say, composed by Ray Charles and performed by Rare Earth: Sgt. Donowitz and PFC Ulmer study the area outside Hitler's opera box.
Zulus, composed by Elmer Bernstein and performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, from Zulu Dawn: Marcel bars the doors and takes his place behind the screen with the nitrate film prints.
Tiger Tank, by Lalo Schifrin, from Kelly's Heroes: Zoller leaves the opera box to see Shosanna / Shosanna switches reels.
Un Amico, by Ennio Morricone, from Revolver: Shosanna ruefully watches Stolz der Nation.
Eastern Condors (Main Theme), by Danny Chung, from Dung fong tuk ying: Sgt. Donowitz and PFC Omar kill Hitler's guards.
Rabbia e Tarantella, by Ennio Morricone, from Allonsanfàn: Lt. Aldo carves his masterpiece / The closing credits.