‘Flight of the Bumblebee’ Piece Recreated: There is a lot of video game music. Even though not many people pay attention to it. Music in games can help people fall asleep, set the right mood for a particular situation, or be cool.
While there are many examples of games with good soundtracks, the peaceful music from Minecraft is one that many people know. There are also times when you can use the game’s tools to make something that is not part of the sandbox world, as this fan found.
A Minecraft user named RUOK0214 posted a short video to the Minecraft subreddit a few days ago. When activated, the Redstone and note blocks make the erratic classical piece Flight of the Bumblebee sound real.
People who don’t know that Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov wrote Flight of the Bumblebee in 1900 for the opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan should know that.
All even those who aren’t familiar with the subject are likely to think it’s a good thing that the original poster has made something so beautiful, given how many blocks it took to get there.
Many people in the comments have given the user a lot of praise, and some have been amazed at how well they’ve re-created this piece of music accurately.
‘Flight of the Bumblebee’ Piece Recreated
While Minecraft is a great place to make extraordinary things. Most of them are more about how they look than sound. When you build something with blocks. The result is still something that looks good, but it sounds better than it seems.
People who play games like this have also used the game’s creative parts to make music before. Last year, a Minecraft player used note blocks to make the “Still Alive” song from Portal.
It shows how many ways the game can use and how fans can use these sound blocks to make some pretty fantastic music, either their own or something else.
Minecraft is one of the best games to make people more mindful, right behind games like Skyrim. It’s one of those I.P.s that’s known for its relaxing gameplay. If you look at fans like RUOK0214, they use the event to show off their skills.
It also allows them to recreate a music piece written 120 years ago. In this case, it raises what other classical pieces could do this way.
Minecraft is now available on mobile, P.C., PS4, Switch, and Xbox One. You can also play it on Xbox One and PS4.