Players can learn their favorite music from Cuphead as it is available on Sheet music. The music has been one of the key attractions for the game and fans can finally buy packages of the music as PDF’s. The player also has the opportunity to choose from Cupboard classics like’ Die House’ or ‘Carnival Kerfuffle’ and decide which score to play it on.
The music is bundled in different packages – High School Jazz Band, High School Concert Band, Professional Charts, Barbershop Quartet, and Barbershop Quartet Charts for jazz lovers of all ages and skill levels.
Cuphead is well popular for its fast fluid side-scrolling gameplay, inventive boss fights, and fluid music. The amazing presentation of the game with ragtime music, massive replayability, and art style makes it so loved.
The graphics are heavily inspired by the cartoon style of the ’30s and brings back the nostalgia with the steamboat Mickey. Bringing back the old world of jazz music back into the light has added another feather to the game and has been highly appreciated by their fan base.
Rarely does a company releases music from games for public enjoyment but with this additional prospect, musicians are extremely pleased for getting to play music from their favorite game in real form.
Being sold in multiple variations the music has an opportunity to bring on more attention if played in an actual concert performance.
Cuphead Sheet music for several different skill levels is now available with Barbershop Quartet charts being the cheapest, $5. The professional chart is expensive of all and is priced at $50. The music is sure to keep the jazz playing fans busy as irrespective of their skill they can still buy the music of Cuphead.