Definitely not your best. A few things:
The drums were looped and really sounded pretty crappy, no offense. That cymbal crash makes me twitch every measure. Maybe make the cymbals more sparse.
Also, the ending wasn't really a typical thing for the era. Fadeouts came in the later part of the 1900's. Classical usually either has an open-ended or definitive ending (ex. difinitive: man gets head chopped off for rape, 1 really short chord played by every piece in the orchestra, then two descending notes with strings and woodwinds to symbolize the head bouncing into the basket). or an open-ended ending, say a B minor chord to end something in G minor. (this is the same ending as I used in one of my pieces, so it's just an example).
Everything else flowed well. nothing too weird.
I've seen much better from you, though.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.