Can't find Buri's studio or the What should I play column
I read a lot of threads here on v.com and people always refer to Buri's studio and What should I practice.
I couldn't find them and when I open the links it says something about the server being down or something.
If anyone has a working link or a pdf of it, please send it to me.
I have not heard from Mr. Brivati in a year or more so hope that he is doing okay. He is my favorite poster on this site and a lot of times his thoughts and comments would cause me to smile and laugh.
I agree! But it's sad not all of his posts are available.
I miss him - hope he is doing ok.
Buri was a great poster. I have not heard from him for quite some time. I do hope his is doing well.
I remember him saying in one post he will stop posting here for a while. I can't remember a reason or a time span. But I think he is okay and it was just a decision. Maybe it took too much time. His posts were indeed very elaborate and full of knowledge. Though hard to read for me as a not native english speaker.
Simon, Buri’s earlier posts were “unique” and they were not the easiest to decipher for anyone, including the author himself I suspect.
Thank you Kiki! That boosts my confidence ;)
I think Simon that if you are not a native English language speaker, that his spelling would be a big impediment to understanding the point he was trying to get across . I can easily envision Mr. Brivati at his computer keyboard with fingers flying trying to help us all out with our music issues and simultaneously make us chuckle.
Yes, I would have needed an hour for some of his posts without even getting it all in the end. I ended up flying over it and appreciating the solid knowledge I saw in many places of his posts.
Lol - you are all talking like he is dead! Sure, he overdigested some prunes (damn the '17 sale of Prunes in Japan!), but I'm sure that he is on his way back to recovery and we'll see him and his laptop soon.
Also a big fan of Buri here. He is a very kind and generous person with a lot of knowledge who wanted to share it with others and was not dogmatic.
I can easily see how posting here a lot might be part of a certain phase of life, perhaps one where you've got some idle time with your computer screen in front of you, or whatever. Then times change.
I dropped him an email a few weeks back, at an old address I found online. There was no reply, and no real reason why there should have been.
Maybe ask Dave Burgess?
Do you mean this?