Gaylor Morestin immersed in music ever since. Great-grand-son of harvesters, grand-son of accordionist and guitarist son, it is natural that he learned the violin to become a pianist. It was his brother Charlie, drummer, who introduced him to the pleasures of the musical composition. Thus Gaylor, then aged 14, set to music "head, the other arm," an original play by Paul Bourrière. Passionate, Gaylor started composing frantically concertos, a dozen soundtracks for cinema or theater, musicals, several albums of songs of all kinds, an unfinished and several solo piano album symphony. He creates his musical training "Awerz" with Benoit Toussaint, Jean-Laurent and Pierre Gabriel Aceituno, for which he composed a dozen albums.