Peter’s Favorite Things – NutriBullet



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My Favorite Things Insanely Difficult or not? Jazz Piano Cover with Sheet Music by Jacob Koller

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My Favorite Things

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Peter Sprague Explains His Solo Guitar Arrangement on “My Favorite Things”

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Peter Sprague Plays “My Favorite Things”

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It calls itself a ‘nutrition extractor’ because it blitzes everything up so finely, even seeds and stalks, that all the nutrition becomes available to be absorbed. Marketing hype aside, it’s one of our team’s favourite products (you should see the queue in the kitchen for the machine), so we understand why. The NutriBullet is the superfood extractor everyone’s talking about. Apparently, even Kate Middleton is a fan. Read on for info, advice and the all-important NutriBullet recipes.

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“Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life” by Joshua Fields Millburn, Ryan Nicodemus
from Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life
by Joshua Fields Millburn, Ryan Nicodemus
Asymmetrical Press, 2015

He didn’t ask Peter how he liked it—just added sugar and milk and set it in front of the boy.

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Atria/Emily Bestler Books, 2012

Peter reports that he’s stopped eating with friends because he is embarrassed by how much he drools during mealtimes.

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He did this for his entire first year until he developed a complete understanding and a deep sensitivity for the texture and feel of fruits and vegetables in all states of freshness, flavor, and composition.

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Peter was not content until he had an explanation of the saying about foods.

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There is also a product on the market called the “Magic Bullet” or “NutriBullet,” which, although cheaper, I don’t recommend because it grinds everything together – the juice, pulp and fiber.

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As for blenders, I’d suggest you look into getting a Vitamix or a NutriBullet.

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by Tommy Rosen
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Peter quickly rediscovers the power of his boundless imagination lost to him when he grew up, and brings into existence a colorful banquet of real roasted meats, fruits, vegetables, cheese and assorted colorful ersatz pies.

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by Steve Zimmerman
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In the beginning, we made him eat the fatty parts of the diet first (like the cream and butter), the protein second (the meat, eggs, or cheese) and the carbohydrates third (the fruit and vegetables).

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First, Peter thinks that Bithynians, Thracians, and Lydians eat rather different things from what he (an Antiochene) eats, and from what he assumes his addressee (a Constantinopolitan) eats.

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from The Byzantine Lists: Errors of the Latins
by Tia M. Kolbaba
University of Illinois Press, 2000

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  • Difficile de comprendre ceux qui ont osé mettre un pouce bas! A mettre sur le compte de l’ignorance et de la bêtise … parfois ça va de paire.

  • Very cool, I was sure I was hearing a full band in the background but I check back and it’s you jamming it out! Well played, Sir! Literally.

  • Beautiful rendition! Wow! One of my very favorite tunes ever since Coltrane ever so beautifully turned it inside out. Yours was really fresh and completely engaging interpretation. No easy task given the song’s legacy. Just checked your site and will look forward to hearing you play locally before too long.

  • As usual Mr Koller this is incredible. Your style of solo jazz piano is both new and unique while taking heavily from the LA jazz tradition I live it as always keep up the great work! I’m especially a fan of all the incredibly clean tritone subs and rhythmic hemeolas. Can’t wait for more!

  • This is one of my favourite songs of all times. After a long period of not taking the guitar, I finally decided to start playing it, right after falling in love with jazz and bossa nova. Surely, I started looking for some version of “My Favorite Things” for a guitar, and this is an absolute killer. First of all, the style and soul of Peter are the most beautiful I’ve seen. Secondly, references to Coltrane’s version, the bassline for example. I wish I could play like that one day!

  • Listening to this with a tall mug of cappuccino, a kit-kat and a wide Churchhill Romeo-y-Julieta while watching a amber sunset, floating along the Zambezi

  • I just have one question for you Jacob, hopefully I get an answer this time. How long does it take you to practice and what’s your most helpful tip for left hand dexterity…any exercises you have in mind? I hope you know this means I’ve been following your work for years and it always amazes me.

  • Creeper aw man so we back in the mine got our pickaxe swinging from side to side side side to side hands up (i forgot the other lyrics ;-;)

  • Delightful as always Peter ���������� I was so careful with my records and the album covers ���������� the sound is The best. I would save up for the diamond needle for my record player ���� Love all your accessories ���� Magic ✨✨✨������������☀️

  • hi Peter, i discovered you through the group Checkfield back in the 90’s.. i found the cd guitar masters from the harmony label with yourself, Doug Smith and Checkfield…i instantly fell in love with it. your guitar playing is just amazing, could listen to you all day, you make it look so easy!..and i like your videos! ☮️ ✌������

  • I heard little hints of so many of my favorite players in this. McCoy Tyner here, Bill Evans there… and yet it is unique. I’m glad I clicked. Just subscribed.

  • Everyone here be like “Anyone here from 7 Rings by Ariana?” Or something like that. BUT SERIOUSLY GUYS HAVE YOU HEARD THE MOVIE “MY FAVOURITE THINGS ”?THE ORIGINAL SONG BASED ON ��

    No hate for Ari or her song but It’s just sad this song is recognise as 7 Rings not “My Favourite Things” by JULIE ANDREWS��

  • My dad is a trucker. Talk about a ton of trucker hats laying around his house lol. I will send you some new assorted ones as soon as I get my hands on some.

  • Watching your videos make my day better. I wonder how long it takes to put together these arrangements you do? They are beautifully complex and come out so quickly!

  • Back for another listen… fantastic playing and arrangement as always Peter, and what a killer use of the looper and synth!

  • I’m new listening to jazz… I have a doubt: There is other versions that the main musician is John Coltrane, but Elvin Jones, McCoy Tyner, Steve Davis aren’t playing… anyone can explain me why this happens in jazz? Also John Coltrane is not the composer so why is he the main musician and not McCoy or Jones…?
    Thank you!

  • I love the original piece and I love Luther vandross’ cover as well. Your playing gives it so much justice! Absolutely stunning!! Added to my list

  • Re comment
    I am both thankful and a bit annoyed at being placed “in a Christmassy sort of mood” (btw that’s a great name for a jazz tune ), in in late July,tho we are closer to next Christmas than last Christmas by now so I can appreciate that lol

  • Hi Jay, love your note and comment and yeah, this stuff sounds like a foreign language almost. Thanks for giving it a try and it seems some can make sense out of it….keep it going, Peter

  • The Patagonia hats come down so low they make my husbands ears poke out�� and every Christmas I buy my husband shoes so ����‍♀️ edit: OMG THE ADIADS ONE! I died I’ve got to have it!

  • @ the 10:00 mark and again at the 11:00 mark, he is so perfectly in love that he intertwines two different directions to manifest it. Coltrane was amazing.

  • So kind that you did this video, Peter; thank you. I really love that sliding Ma7b5, just like you. That’s a really compelling part of your arrangement. If you wouldn’t mind answering the technical question of that fretless bass sound you have for your bass ostinato riff, I’d love to know how you did that. Is that some sort of guitar synth being triggered off of your audio signal that you’re turning on/off with a foot pedal? Maybe there is a midi pickup in that wonderful guitar of yours?

  • Wow! That’s an amazing lesson. Your chord theory is off the charts. (For an axe man anyway. lol) Bless you for taking the time to produce this video. Let me buy you dinner. Where’s the PayPal link?

  • Record players! Did you ever have to put a penny on the needle so the record wouldn’t skip?! Love vinyl…….my first albums were Queen’s “The Game” and Rolling Stones “Tattoo You”…….I gave all my vinyl to my son and he still has them!!!
    (Sorry you’ve got slushy weather….it’s 80 degrees right now in So. Cal…..I want it to be cold!)

  • yes jk u da piano man, i like the key and modulations v good, i can hear your classical training it has freed up your playing nice and crisp.. carnegie hall solo, i can feel the energy

  • Such a typical Jacob Koller arrangement. It starts off pretty normal and relaxed, but towards the end it gets totally bonkers.
    I think the level is ‘very difficult’, mainly because of the left hand part.

  • One of my fondest memorys. Me and my ex-wife were coming down after many days of amfetamine. And I put this record pläying, and all troubles were blown away. Thank god for John Coltrane

  • It’s probably been said already, but as a sax player myself, the more I listen to Trane, the more I realize that what makes his sound special is nothing special at all. By that I mean, his tone is utterly pure. Little to no ostentation or obnoxious pitch bends or growls. And if you hold up a tuner, almost every single note he lands on is right on target. The saxophone is a notoriously fickle beast. The subtlety of moving from one note to the next is enough to throw off your intonation, but he nails it. I understand now, why apparently he would practice a single note for hours.

    To say nothing of his other skills. This man well deserves the title of legend.

  • when mercedes and rachel harmonize at 1:05 it feels like all my dreams came true and magic is real and alive or something? damn that made me feel things

  • Buying shoes and watches for people before being in a committed relationship with them is bad luck for the relationship in my family too!

  • Thanks SO much for taking the time to go over this tune and explain your approach to it. This inspires me to revisit this tune… I hope I can do it some justice. Thanks again!

  • Dude listen to this.. you can’t tell me it doesn’t sound like ariana grandes 7 rings

    Sorry I wasn’t clear lmao this was supposed to come off as sarcastic. Some of y’all rly feeling like I’m dumb or something ☹️

  • Kurt’s voice is angelic
    Rachel’s voice is beautiful
    And Blaine’s voice is really chill he’s so cute ( even when Darren plays a serial killer )

  • After listening for years to you play, I’m now even more in awe. Anyone who thinks a musician of your caliber is just “talented”-born with it, as it were-needs to watch this to realize that no matter how much talent one may have, incredible music such as yours can only come from a lifetime of study and those “10,000 hours” of practice… and I’ll bet you’ve got that beat by thousands. And WE all get to revel in the results! Thank you, Peter.

  • Hi Peter. I love watches too. Have worn one my whole life. I agree they make the greatest gifts. Have tried to buy them for my sons but they don’t want them. Then a co-worker who used to work for a well known watch brand company that went out of business said the younger generation doesn’t wear them. Everyone uses their phones to get the time. Guess their just for “old people”��. Seems like everything we use to do or have is just not important anymore. I wonder if a younger person would even know what a vinyl was!

  • I wish I could wear watches but they always catch on my freakin tiny arm hairs and it hurts me and it sucks:( but ima check out that wooden watch you talked about! And yesss we love hats

  • I know you’ve heard this 1,000 times but this time play it all the way through and listen JUST to the bass. The simplest and most perfect bass line you will ever hear.

  • Hi Peter, I’ve been a fan of your guitar music for many years..! I love this song, so for me this is a dream of a video lesson that clarifies your clear musical thinking so beautifully… Thank you for your wonderful music, Clive Davies

  • About 30 years ago my aunt flew the entire family down and put us in a hotel on the beach in Florida (rich lady). I was amidst my extended family of relatives, but feeling kind of disoriented and shaky. My nephew happened to bring some cds along, and one of this. I had my walkman/cd-player with me, and I sat on the balcony of my room and listened. Everything was suddenly blissfully OK.

  • Looks plenty difficult to me. You’re playing reminds me of Errol Gardner and Keith Jarrett. Both of them moved all over the keyboard. And fast!

  • Coltrane died way too young. We all would have been better if he had had at least thirty more years of music. Too many great ones die you. Thinking too of George Gershwin (different genre, but unbelievably great).

  • I’ve always loved this piece and The Sound of Music to the point I do play this song on guitar for the winter holiday time just not as good as you since you’re so skilled at changing rhythms with harmonies and melody and getting the bass note to give artful contrast. Very lovely!

  • “My Favorite Things” by John Coltrane (1961)
    Personnel: John Coltrane (soprano saxophone), McCoy Tyner (piano), Steve Davis (double bass), Elvin Jones (drums)

  • There are some songs that I probably would never be able to play no matter how much I practice, like David Gentile’s arrangement of Sleigh Ride, or the Star Wars medley by Jarrod Radnich, or some of the Liszt etudes. Then there are other arrangers who I would put in the advanced category, including Marilynn Ham and some of the harder songs by Mark Hayes. I think the songs in your Jazz Piano Standards book are some of your more challenging arrangements, and would out them as being more difficult than the songs by Marilynn and Mark, mostly because of the syncopations and runs. Sometimes I can spend hours (days?) getting comfortable fingerings for the runs in your songs and getting them into my head and hands. I am currently working on your arrangements of A Millions Dreams and City of Stars which i would say are easier (probably because of less runs). I am always amazed at how you make it look so easy and are able to play it perfectly. I find that no matter how much I practice a song, it is hard to play it perfect. Maybe you could give me some lessons. Lol. Anyway, great song, and look forward to more in the future.

  • One of the best sets of piano basslines I’ve heard. Great variance in rhythm, too. Anyway, to me this looks Late-Advanced. I’m intermediate currently, and mainly work on classical pieces. I love jazz, blues, rag, cocktail, stride, and boogie woogie. I just haven’t taken the time yet. Would love to play like this someday! Well done. Do you have original compositions? That’s mainly what I want to do.

  • Awesome arrangement!
    I think I’d go for “advanced”. In my opinion, “insanely difficult” aren’t that many of your arrangements except “The Pink Panther”. This really is a tough one…I’m currently learning the “La La Land Suite” and I think “My favourite things” is not as hard as the suite…Actually I just can compare to your city of stars arrangement, what wasn’t easy to play too. But “My favourite things” is technically harder. So, with a couple of years of experience you should be able to do this. Anyway, like each of your works this looks very, very fun to play!

    PS: You’re one of my favourite arrangers on YouTube. Keep up the great content!

  • One of “My Favorite Things” is listening to Jacob Koller play Piano.
    He’s Amazing, Terrific, Amazing. One of My FAVORITE Piano Player’s!
    The BEST There is. Doesn’t get Much Better than This!

  • This is so done… was fresh for about two weeks somewhere in the 50’s. Try Snarky Puppy for something that isnt just a couple of guys plonking and wailing.

  • Have only recently listened to this for the first time. Really enjoyed it, thank you. I ran into this first and then went to hear the performance, and now back with appreciative ears. Love those M7b5’s and how you used them, and your use of bass lines. You really keep the mood and “air” of the song moving along gently into new horizons and terrain. Great stuff, and beautifully executed. PEACE!

  • Hands down, tastiest solo piano version of My Favorite Things that i’ve heard so far. This is definitely one of my favorite things now:)

  • 1 of the 3 teachers that truly inspired me at GIT in 1987-88. Peter was a bad ass back then, glad to see he has progressed even more. Thanks for inspiring me once again, Peter!

  • Hey Jamey, thanks for the viewing and kind comments. Yes on the midi pickup on my guitar. It’s a RMC pickup, the same ones that Godin guitars have. I’m using the Roland GR-33 midi box and that bass sound is in there. Yes on the volume pedal too. Super fun set up!

    All best, Peter

  • Man, I just came across this. I used to use you for “therapy” when you played live with that trio in that club on or by Van Nuys Blvd, quite some years ago. I see you are still as out there now as then! Good to know! Lovely stuff, man time flies!

  • I feel you complexified that legendary piece of jazz and music. I miss the kindness of the original, that voice whispering softly in my ears.

  • Superb arrangement! Definitely going to download the sheet music! However, personally, I would like the ending to be forte grandioso for this one.

  • If it doesn’t matter don’t talk about it and let us appreciate your music without focussing in this “matter that doesn’t matter”. However great job and great sound.

  • Thanks for the walk thru. I got most of it but will purchase the sheet music to fill it out. This is a great way to share (and sell) your arrangements. How about your arrangement of “Passarim” that you so kindly shared the lead sheet to with me.

  • i prefer the image. the image in the movies. the image in the movies of The Sound of Music but also Björk in Dancer in the Dark singing this song in the cell before she goes to the electric chair. The movies are why we like this song. The image but also the human voice of singing the lyrics we do remember when listening to instrumentals. your acrobatics are skilled but doesn’t sound as good as Björk and Julie Andrews.

  • Oh man I was just triggered. I bought my husband an engraved wooden watch as his wedding gift, he wore it to his work holiday party last night and broke it as we were getting out the car when we got home. I had totally forgotten about that until just now ��

  • I’ve been playing this standard for 44 years, originally taken in by the minor ninths from McCoy and the opportunities for embellishments. But I never thought of working in the left hand runs and chordal movements the way you have and find it very exhilarating and liberating. It’s like drawing from the left side of the brain. Great, great work and good luck to you!

  • GREAT video. ������
    So many topics, I’m at a loss as to which to opine about ���� I collect watches too. My favorite is an gold toned automatic diving watch by Invicta. But for formal, my big blinged out Bulova is awesome looking. I love that you enjoy fanny packs! Makes me feel a little less guilty about all my purses. ��Glad that you’re feeling much better!
    ������Love you!

  • Currently reading ‘Chasin’ The Trane’ in the evenings. Was actually listening to ‘Goodbye Pork Pie Hat’ by Mingus and busy doing something else I let youtube put on the next track, and here I am, not mad.

  • Hi Jacob, Since I record I was checking out mic positions and concluded you shot this video twice because in the far away shot the mics are at a different position. Funny!

  • Peter a album review would be great! Also I have to tell you we have alot in common with our favorite things. I’m all about vintage jewelry and I layer layer layer my pieces. I have quite a few watches but tend to wear one more then most. Hubby collects watches, he has TONS! I have always wanted that wood watches, I’ve seen them Before,they are so cool! Now I dont have fanny packs but I have a shit ton of purses…I like satchels. I swap them out often. I like to match them with my outfits. I’m all about accessorizing! Though I do believe I have the too much gene because I have so many pieces, shoes,purses, glasses,perfume. Ect…I can’t help myself. ���� my hubby put me a studio/she shack in my house to hold all my goodies.

  • There is something so very special about this track…. i can’t find the words to express it….lucky i dont have to…the music speaks for itself. And McCoy Tyner!!!!! my favorite thing

  • You are to fanny packs as I am to tote bags ��. I call myself a tote bag whore cuz I can’t get enufbut like you said, who cares? It’s not like I’m buying LV or Gucci bags. My current is a red/black faux leather reversible CK bag which gets lots of luv & compliments, but I’m getting bored with it after a couple years carrying it daily…

  • that piano solo is transformative. this man literally just sat there and internalized the groove for bars at a time. he let the song speak for itself. magnificent.

  • When I watched this episode on Netflix I thought it sounded familiar. Now I know why Ariana grande, Kylie Cantrell, and the woman from Pitch Perfect

  • how did you arrive at the material you looped? Does it work simply due to the nature of the tune being modal? Could you make something like that work over a standard?

  • Peter, I want to know what “It’s a lip thang,” comes from. You talked about it before, and I asked about it. Nobody answered me, though. Lol!

  • I just love this review channel. I love all of your channels Peter. You make it so much fun and you seem to be having wonderful time…and yes I would love to hear the oldie but goodie music on your LP’ idea.

  • Peter, you have so many ideas, access. are life. so much fun to pick the different albums coming back, can’t wait to hear you. �������� sing some of those… ������������