The original release for the film's soundtrack coincided with the film's original video release, and contained all the musical numbers from the movie (with the strange exception of the closing reprise of "All for One and One for All"), plus Stevie Brock, Greg Raposo, and Matthew Ballinger's cover of the Schoolhouse Rock! song "Three is a Magic Number" (the music video of which appears as a bonus feature on the original DVD release).
In 2018, Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers became the first direct-to-video Disney film to have its full musical score released on CD by Intrada Records. Like the original album, Intrada's release includes all the songs from the movie, though in this release, most of them are put together with the respective pieces of Bruce Broughton's background music that leads up to them. Some of the music cues include pieces of the score that ultimately went unused in the movie (these are marked with an asterisk in the track listing below). The "Three is a Magic Number" cover is also omitted this time.
Musketeers' Prologue/"All For One And One For All"
The Princess Fantasies/"Love So Lovely"
The Beagle Boys' Bungle*
Wrestling Miss Daisy*
"Petey’s King Of France"
The Rescue*/"Sweet Wings Of Love"
To Mont St-Mickey
Mickey In Irons*/"Chains Of Love"
Bovine Unbind*/"This Is The End"*
The Three, Musketeered/"All For One And One For All" (Reprise)