To be perfectly honest, I haven’t worked with note blocks in Minecraft a whole lot (though I am proud of one inspired afternoon when I put together most of the first verse of Mary Had a Little Lamb before getting frustrated with all the clicking and giving up for good).
However, one of the great things about Minecraft is that there will always be a group of people who are dedicated to doing incredible things with any given feature. Thankfully, not everybody gives up at these things quite as easily as I do.
As I was looking through some note block compositions on YouTube, I noticed that many of my favorite video game themes had been recreated in note block form. I shouldn’t be surprised, but they totally blew me away. Here are some of my favorites: