The Perrys Accompaniment Tracks
Welcome to my Perrys Accompaniment tracks page. These links are to some of the most popular – and some of my favorite – Perrys accompaniment tracks. Most are from Christianbooks.com as they seem to have the best prices.
Accompaniment, or performance tracks, are a great way for you to use music in your ministry. If you have never used an accompaniment track before it is simple. These tracks contain just the music (and sometimes the backing vocals) from your favorite songs. It is up to you to supply the lead vocal. The lyrics are included.
A few tips to help you:
1) Pick a track in the key that you can sing.
2) When singing make sure that the mix of music and your voice is right.
3) Practice, practice, practice
4) Take voice lessons to improve your sound and confidence.
5) Have fun and let God use you, your voice and these incredible songs to reach people for Jesus.
Perrys Accompaniment Tracks
Here are some links to help you find Perrys Accompaniment tracks at low prices.
Holy Shore, Accompaniment CD
The Potter Knows The Clay, Accompaniment CD
The Hem Of His Garment, Accompaniment CD
Look No Further, Complete CD Tracks
I Will Find You Again, Accompaniment CD
I Rest My Case at the Cross, Accompaniment CD
The Holy Hills Of Heaven Call Me, Accompaniment CD
Gentle Shepherd, Accompaniment CD
Damascus Road, Accompaniment CD
Still Blessed, Accompaniment CD
I'm Too Near Home, Accompaniment CD
He Forgot, Accompaniment CD
A Mountaintop For Me, Accompaniment CD
God Walks the Dark Hills, Accompaniment CD
Come Thirsty (CD Trax)
I Wish I Could Have Been There, Accompaniment CD
His Name Was John, Accompaniment CD
You Can Learn To Sing With Perfect Pitch
Would you like to learn to sing with perfect pitch? Learn to sing any note from memory? Learn to identify whether a pitch is sharp or flat by ear? You can! You don’t have to be born with perfect pitch to do these things because you can learn it. That’s right, regardless of what you may have been told, you can learn perfect pitch. Once you learn perfect pitch you will notice your vocal abilities skyrocket!
I was watching American Idol last night. The number one criticism of the performances was that they were “pitchy”. The contestants were singing sharp or flat. Does this happen to you when you sing? How do you know? Once you learn perfect pitch you will know with complete certainty whether you are singing sharp, flat on key or not and that will make a huge difference in how your audience perceives you and your music.
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