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Kirby Sheet Music Will Come Out in Late April 2024

A collection of piano sheet music from the Kirby game series will come out on April 26, 2024. It’ll cost 1,980 JPY ($12.95). [Thanks, Game Watch!]

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In total, there will be seventeen different tracks that you can learn to play. The sheet music will teach pieces from the last seven titles of the Kirby series. The book will be organized by level, and there will be lots of art of the characters and such.

Here are the pieces you’ll be able to learn:

  1. “Running Through the New World (piano solo)”
  2. “Welcome to the New World!”
  3. “Shadow of Dedede”
  4. “Northeast Frost Street”
  5. “Kirby Dance (Long)”
  6. “A Quick Nap”
  7. “Faded Dream of a Psychomeddler”
  8. “Welcome Back, Kirby”
  9. “Running Through the New World (piano duet)”
  10. “Magolor, the Far-Flung Traveler”
  11. “CROWNED”
  12. “I’m Hungry, Pinker Ball!”
  13. “Gourmet Race”
  14. “Green Tree Memories from Kirby
  15. “Green Gardens”
  16. “Floral Fields”
  17. “Pink Ball Activate!”

The duet version of :Running Through the New World” combines an intermediate level and a primary version. So even if you’re a piano beginner, you’ll be able to play it.

You’ll be able to purchase it from Amazon. It seems that there will only be a physical version of it, and Amazon JP does offer international shipping. You’ll have to pay a delivery fee even if you have Amazon Prime though.

The collection of Kirby sheet music for the piano will come out on April 26, 2024. If you don’t want to learn how to play music from the game but want to listen to it, the soundtrack for Kirby and the Forgotten Land will come out later this year.

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Stephanie is a senior writer who has been writing for games journalism and translating since 2020. After graduating with a BA in English and a Certificate in Creative Writing, she spent a few years teaching English and history before fulfilling her childhood dream of becoming a writer. In terms of games, she loves RPGs, action-adventure, and visual novels. Aside from writing for Siliconera and Crunchyroll, she translates light novels, manga, and video games.