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Janice Kapp Perry born is a composer, songwriter, and author. She has written over 1, songs, which appear in the church's official hymnalChildren's Songbookand many personal albums, songbooks, and musicals.
Perry was born on October 1, in Ogden, Utahand spent her childhood on a farm Dedicated Friend - Michael Nesmith & The First National Band - Complete Vale, Oregon.
She grew up in a very musical family. Her mother, Ruth, played the piano and wrote musicals for the children to perform in the community. Her father, Jacob, learned to play the drums to accompany his wife in a family band. She loved volleyball, basketball and even football.
While Yaylalar Yaylalar - Zeki Müren - Doyamadiklarimiz, she played in BYU's concert band, orchestra  and sang in the choir. At the age of 38, Perry broke one of her ankles during one of her basketball games. Her television broke at the same time. With the extra time the incidents afforded her, she was assigned by her ward to compose music for their ward road show.
Perry experimented with many styles at the beginning of her career, writing pop music that she sent on demo tapes to Nashville and Los Angeles. Not finding success with pop music, she began writing more contemporary gospel music.
Two years later, she created a traveling musical called " It's a Miracle " which was performed in different locations. Perry started her career writing her own melodies and words. Later on, she also wrote music to accompany words written by others. She created melodies to the works of Emily H. WoodmanseeGordon B. Hinckleyand many others. Hinckley's poem, " What is this Thing Called Death ", to music after one of her nieces died. It was sung by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir at Hinckley's funeral.
Perry was a prolific composer. She wrote over 1, songs, which she compiled into more than 75 albums. She also has written eight cantatas two of which have I Love To Remember - Janice Kapp Perry - The Church of Jesus Christ And 17 Other New Songs For Child Jussi Björling - Sverige / Land, Du Välsignade (Shellac) in the Salt Lake Tabernacle and a number of musicals.
During Perry's career, a mysterious pain left one of her hands paralyzed. As doctors were not able to find a solution, it became especially difficult to play the piano and compose music. Despite this, she continued to write songs, learning to compose them in her head instead. The song ultimately remained the same. Her work has been performed by many people and in many places. Perry met her husband, Doug, in a music class while they both attended BYU.
On September 26, just before she turned 20, they were married in the Logan Utah Temple. They had five children together  and fostered many other children. While raising her family, Perry joined and created community softball leagues, leading them to win many tournaments. She also enjoyed volleyball, racquetball and basketball. She sang in church and local community choirs and was selected to sing with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. She sang first alto as a member of the choir from - When they left their mission, the couple had organized four choirs composed of local church members and young missionaries also assigned there.
She currently resides in Provo, Utah. Other songs of hers made the list as well. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. LDS Magazine. Retrieved BYU Magazine. Cedar Fort. The Daily Universe. LDS Living. Songs From My Heart. Sounds of Zion. Apple Music. Namespaces Article Talk.
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