Cave Story – Scorching Back Piano Sheet Music

         Cave Story is a fun and fantastic game that has received critical praise for its story, music, art, and level design. Its soundtrack is famous for having multiple remixes of each song to fit different moods. This piano sheet music was transcribed from the Cave Story OST’s Scorching Back , an often-overlooked track that starts out with a calming melody and later builds into the song’s main theme. It is most notable for its beautiful piano intro that feels like it was ripped straight from an old Western movie, giving it a slightly exotic tone.

A lot of Cave Story OST tracks are fast-paced or have grating harmonies to convey certain emotions such as anxiety or anger. Scorching Back however, is the exact opposite of that: it’s soft and relaxing instrumental in C minor (complementing Cave Story 3D’s G major) conveys a feeling of accomplishment and excitement toward the game’s ending. It has an ethereal quality to it that feels majestic, almost as if you’re conquering your fears before entering the game’s final stage.

Similar to Cave Story OST track Fairy Cave , Scorching Back is a perfect example of why Cave Story has long been a favorite among artistic gamers and music lovers alike. If you are looking for something calming but still fun, then this piano sheet music is definitely an outstanding option that won’t disappoint!

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