Paul de Senneville, a French songwriter and music producer. In 1976, Paul and his partner Olivier set up their own record company, Delphine Productions that was named after Paul's first daughter, "Delphine Deschodt". Delphine Productions is one of the leading French music exporters to the world market. It is also the only company specializing in instrumental music.
Besides Jean-Claude Borelly, they discovered talented French instrumentalists such as: Richard Clayderman (1976), Nicolas de Angelis (1981), Diego Modena (1991), and ... They are well-known instrumentalists today.
Paul de Senneville and Olivier Toussaint collaborated with famous French arrangers like: Gérard Salesses, Hervé Roy, Bruno Ribera, and Marc Minier. Their main music productions was devoted to Richard Clayderman music.
Ballade pour Adeline, A comme Amour and Letter to my Mother are the biggest hits in Richard Clayderman recordings. These melodies are originally composed by Paul de Senneville. He has composed around 400 melodies for Richard Clayderman. Olivier Toussaint and Jean Baudlot are his co-workers in composing melodies.
Nowadays, the Delphine group represent 15.