I thoroughly enjoyed the film scoring process, from spotting session to final dubbing session, and am proud of the result. The score was orchestral with added Native American wood flutes and the short's narrator, Grammy Award winning Joanne Shenandoah, sang the final song over the credits. I'm also proud to say the music score won a "Best Music" award at a previous festival, the Native American Indian Film Festival of the Southeast.
If you're in the area of Victor NY, home of Ganondagan, be sure to screen the Iroquois Creation Story in it's permanent home, in a dedicated Orientation Theater, inside the museum. I've not seen it there myself (yet) but I hear it's a great way to experience this beautiful film! Congrats again to the entire ICS cast and crew!