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We are extremely pleased to introduce you to the newest member of The Fifth Sacred Thing musical family – The Mediaeval Baebes. Their wonderful voices grace the Uprising Theme (above) – composed by Joshua S. Penman of Akara and mixed by Rena Jones, with additional vocals by Femke Weidema and The Spiral Dance Choir, based on an […]Continue Reading →
We are very pleased to present our new teaser for The Fifth Sacred Thing film project. We have been working very hard behind the scenes to develop the project, and realized we needed a quick and effective way to present the story ideas and themes of the film to those who have not yet […]Continue Reading →
We have introduced you previously to Rena, whose blissful song “Open Me Slowly” graced our Kickstarter video in 2011. Rena is also the mix engineer for the musical score we have been developing for the film with composer Joshua Penman. They have recently completed “The Fifth Sacred Thing Theme”, which we will be revealing in […]Continue Reading →
On 16 October 2012 By Andie
This week’s artist feature highlights the work of composer and cellist Rena Jones. Rena’s skillful blending of acoustic and electronic music is both soothing and uplifting, and we are extremely proud to welcome her to The Fifth Sacred Thing creative family. Her song “Open Me Slowly” is featured as the opening music in our Continue Reading →
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