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



How hard a piece is doesn’t really matter how good it is. When I arrange a piece I don’t actually think about making it difficult. I just make the sound I want to hear which happens to be difficult. However, when making sheet music for others to play it is helpful to categorize it. So I’m curious to hear what you think about this. Advanced, insanely difficult, intermediate, I could play it with one hand tied behind my back? Let me know your thoughts in the comments.

This arrangement is in my new book “Jazz Piano Standards”!
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Songs in the Book
Take the ‘A’ Train
Autumn Leaves
My Favorite Things
Spain
Armando’s Rhumba
Don’t Know Why
plus lots of jazz tips, exercises, etudes etc.

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Credits:
My Favorite Things
Composed by Richard Rogers
Arranged and played by Jacob Koller
Piano Yamaha Grand Piano

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