moody pauly

moody pauly

Born somewhere around the release of the Beatles' "White Album", Pauly knew very early that "music was his first love...and it would be his last".

At the age of three he started playing his parent's stereo system - by banging on it with a big copper lighter. To prevent the new stereo system from experiencing the same fate, his parents payed him - growing up in a very musical family anyway -  music lessons (Glockenspiel, Recorder, Percussion).

Aged 5 he played almost everything he heard on the radio by ear on the piano. So he got piano lessons.
Playing classical pieces by heart very fast, through the years his piano professor got more and more upset about Pauly's habit to change and bring in improvisations into Mozart's, Chopin's and Rachmaninoff's works. But Pauly didn't really bother to look at the original scores again. That's when he found out that interpreting other composers' works was not enough for him - he started to compose.

After years of playing in lot's of live bands of different styles, today Pauly writes scores for films - and composes songs...when ever his heart tells him too and one falls out of his fingers.