This game saw a vinyl release of arranged tracks from this game, performed (according to VGMdb) by the Tokyo Amati Orchestra.
Gaudi: Barcelona no Kaze - Wolf Team - 1989 - Yasunori Shiono
This is both the first solo score by Yasunori Shiono and his only solo score during his time at Wolf Team.
Arcus II: Silent Symphony - Wolf Team - 1989 & 1990 - Masaaki Uno, Motoi Sakuraba, and Yasunori Shiono
Arcusyu - Wolf Team - 1989 & 1990 - Masaaki Uno, Motoi Sakuraba, and Yasunori Shiono
Akushu: Kagarou no Jidai wo Koe - Wolf Team - 1989 & 1990 - Masaaki Uno, Motoi Sakuraba, and Yasunori Shiono
D: European Mirage - Wolf Team - 1990 - Masaaki Uno, Motoi Sakuraba, and Yasunori Shiono
Ryu: Koku Ki no Ryuu Yori - Wolf Team - 1990 & 1991 - Masaaki Uno, Motoi Sakuraba, and Yasunori Shiono
Yasunori Shiono left Wolf Team in 1991 to work at Neverland.
Lufia & the Fortress of Doom - Neverland - Jun. 25 1993 - Yasunori Shiono
Many sources credit also an Aki Zaitsu and Naomi Kuroda for the music, but no album release of the music has ever credited a composer other than Shiono, so they have not been listed. It has been suggested that Aki Zaitsu is a pseudonym for Akihiko Suzuki, who made the sound driver, but this is unconfirmed.
Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals - Neverland - Feb. 24, 1995 - Yasunori Shiono
Also listed in the game's credits is Yukio Nakajima, Sound Assist.
Chaos Seed - Neverland - Mar. 15 1996 - Yasunori Shiono, Katsuhiro Hayashi, and Yukio Nakajima
Katsuhiro Hayashi was a veteran Sega composer who left Sega and composed for a couple games, possibly freelance, but this is unconfirmed. Chaos Seed is one of the games he composed for.
Energy Breaker - Neverland - 1996 - Yukio Nakajima, Yuusei Yamamoto, and Yasunori Shiono
This track is mainly the work of Nakajima. Yamamoto composed two tracks, as did Shiono, however, he only composed two original tracks for the game, and is credited also for a reuse of "Priphea Flowers" from the Lufia series.
Lufia: The Legend Returns - Neverland - Sep. 7 2001 - Yasunori Shiono, Akiko Ishibashi, Tomoko Morita, and Yukio Nakajima
Yukio Nakajima did arrangement of a couple tracks. Whether he composed any is unknown.
CIMA: The Enemy - Neverland - 2005 - Tomoko Morita, Yasunori Shiono, and Yukio Nakajima
Lufia: Curse of the Sinistrals - Neverland - Feb. 25 - 2010 - Yasunori Shiono, Tomoko Morita, and Yukio Nakajima
This is not, I'm afraid, a new Lufia game. It is a remake of Lufia II, with music from it and the first game arranged by Morita and Nakajima. Shiono had no involvement or participation in this remake and is credited for his being the original composer of the tracks, while Morita and Nakajima are credited for arrangement.
Red Spider: Vengeance - Studio Wasp - Jul. 18 2014 - Yasunori Shiono
Four tracks were composed by Shiono for this game, the remainder of the in-game music is library music.
Red Spider2: Exiled - Studio Wasp - Jan. 17 2015 - Yasunori Shiono and Yukio Nakajima
Shiono composed three tracks for this game and Nakajima composed two. The remainder of the in-game music is library music or the four original tracks Shiono composed for the first Red Spider being reused.
Red Spider 3 - Studio Wasp - Unknown, Presumably 2016 - Yasunori Shiono and Yukio Nakajima
This game has not yet been released, but through Twitter it is known that Shiono has composed a new track for it titled "A Heroine Never Dies" and Nakajima a new track titled "Mission Furtive".
Exactly who composed this is unknown.
Mugen Senshi Valis II - Telenet Japan - Nov. 17 1989 - Masahiro Kajihara, Shinobu Ogawa, Tenpei Sato, and/or Yasunori Shiono
A couple sources credit Shiono as a composer for this. If he did compose for it, it was likely as a guest from Wolf Team.
Oh Kush - Wolf Team - 1989/1990 - Masaaki Uno, Motoi Sakuraba, and/or Yasunori Shiono
I can only find one reference for this game even existing on an obscure Japanese website.
Granada - Wolf Team - Nov. 16 1991 (Mega Drive) - Motoi Sakuraba (Mega Drive and x68000) and Yasunori Shiono (x68000)
Due to the disparity of credit information and general lack of knowledge about this game on the English-speaking Internet, I have listed it here under suspected.
FZ Senki Axis - Wolf Team - 1990 - Yasunori Shiono (x68000 and Mega Drive), Motoi Sakuraba (x68000 and Mega Drive), and Masaaki Uno (x68000)
Similar story here. Some sources credit only Sakuraba and Uno, others just Sakuraba, others Sakuraba and Shiono, others the credits listed above. Since nobody seems to know, I have listed it under suspected.
Sources for this knowledge include VGMrips, for the Mugen Senshi Valis II credit, SNESMusic's MS Wiki for other credits, VGMdb for the info on Miracle Ropit, and an obscure Japanese website which I doubt I will ever see or find again for the Oh Kush suspected credit.
Here's hoping that Shiono-san goes on to bigger and better things!