Paolo Amore is a Composer/Songwriter who's spirit resides in Sardinia, Italy. Actually a pseudonym of Paul Ramsdell Seymour, a visit to the peaceful Sardinia has proven to be a constant inspiration for the beautiful melodies and lush orchestrations "Paolo" creates.
Musical influences on Paolo's music comes from "Pavane for a Dead Princess" from Maurice Ravel that Paolo calls this piece "the most beautiful piece of music ever composed." Next, the "Theme from the Polovtsian Dances" from Alexander Borodin. Borodin's piece was later used in the musical "Kismet", in 1953 and became the popular song "Stranger in Paradise". In 1977, Dan Fogelberg released "Netherlands". The title song "Netherlands" features lush, beautiful orchestrations by Dominic Frontiere. This "perfect" style blending of Netherlands and the classical pieces, has inspired Paolo to compose what he prefers to simply call "Bella Musica" or "Beautiful Music".
Paolo's first "Amore Fare Musica" Collection, originally released on Valentine's Day in 2011, but now being re-released, has been a passion of his for many years. Paolo's dream? To compose the most beautiful music ever, that can be an aphrodisiac for a couple's most intimate moments or to relax over dinner and wine. "The ultimate compliment would be for someone to say to me, Paolo, that is the most beautiful song I have ever heard". Please enjoy! Saluti!"