A modern-classical take on the mix of two lines of instruments- wood-based percussion-style instruments vs heavy brass with strings and piano. The two lines go off an on vs. each other, often playing over the other until the end where they finally come together.
I am quite sad I don't have a story for this one... it's part of my Epic series in which I use nothing more than a few soundfonts and my self-taught music theory skills to take on the task of writing 'epic' music. My last Epic series song was 'The Tale of Nervonius', which also took up the call of the snare and a 4-note line to create music of its era.
Because I put this in classical, one may question that decision. It sounds nothing like Romantic-Era classical, so one may believe that it is not classical at all. However, modern classical music has less bounds and is the genre I work in the most. That's why it has a piano and why the brass act as back-up, not melody... and why there are few strings.
VIEW THE SONG VERSION OF THIS THAT HAS AN ENDING AND DOESN'T LOOP: