Doe Eyes

Love theme from

“The Bridges of Madison County”

by Clint Eastwood and Lennie Niehaus


Moment to Moment

Theme song from Universal Picture

“Moment to Moment”

by Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer


Somewhere in Time

Theme song from Universal Picture

“Somewhere in Time”

by John Barry


“O Mio Babbino Caro”

Giacomo Puccini


When October Goes

by Barry Manilow


Love Affair

Theme song from Warner Brothers Picture

“Love Affair”

by Ennio Morricone

When the Meadow was Bloomin’

Music by Barry Manilow



Love with the Proper Stranger

Theme song from the Paramount Pictures

"Love with the Proper Stranger"

Music by Elmer Bernstein



I am Your Child

Music by Barry Manilow

Marty Panzer



Clair de Lune

By Claude Debussey



Forever in Love

By Kenny G


Liebestraum No. 3

By Franz Liszt

The Story Tempo

Pianist Bill Uglow

Bill Uglow Tempoempo is a funny thing. Vladimir Horowitz said “Tempo can depend on how you feel, or the acoustics of a room. There is no one tempo” As a student you grow up being a slave to a metronome. That is the little device that sits on a piano click, clicking away to the beat. You set it to the composers intention, then you better keep up. One day I threw my metronome away. I was finally free use the tempo of my choosing. Freedom comes in many forms. The repertoire of this CD was first performed in Daytona Beach, Florida for the Our Lady of Hope Church on Februarey 7, 2004. A picture of the sign in front of the church that night is on the back cover. The performance was dedicated to my mother, Geraldine Mathis Holcomb who set me off on my pianist adventure in 1952. It was also in memory of my father Ray D. Uglow Jr. who enjoyed classical music so much. The cover art is an original painting by my creative 13 year old daughter Alexandra Joan Uglow. My other huge support group is my beautiful wife Michelle and piano playing lawyer son Todd Anthony Uglow. I don’t need to tell you why this CD is entitled Tempo because you know. I played these songs at exactly the tempo I felt and threw out all the rules. Being a artist is more than a gift. It is a responsibility. The better you are, the more responibility you have. My way to volunteer is to offer one hour charity performances to churches, schools and other worthy causes to raise money and spread the beauty of the piano. There is much competition today for our attention. The piano peaked as the center of home entertainment in the 1920’S with the introduction of the radio. If one child is becomes interested in the piano as a gateway to art and music, that’s enough for me.