Needs a bit of touches
I gotta say, i really liked the overall shape of the song, i truly did enjoy how u contrasted the different phrases and the ending phrases blew me away. i tried doing the same thing with my recent song (i found urs cus i was gonna give it this title actually :) you did an extremely good job of making a peaceful-sounding phrase more kick ass than the previous movement. however, i dont give reviews without some critique, so here it goes.
the harmony u used with the trumpets was really well done, but a hamronious technique u should look into for the intro is a drone: having a harmony play long, dynamically shifting notes on the tonic, thisll really help bring out the trumpets. after the percussion comes in, the lower bass/timps couldve been more articulated, while i read that u use garage band, you couldve made a difference by simply putting in rythem instead of rolls and sixteenth notes. also, the cymbal bell part was more annoying than anything. the bridge was good, i wouldnt change anything about that, but after the repeat, it wouldve probably sounded better to raise the trumpets up a fifth or an octave and bring them a bit out. raise the violins too, they seem to have a really cool part. during the last repeat, some more cymbol swells would have definatly added color to the part, which honestly got a bit repetative. when the lower brass comes in, u used great chordal techniques, but it went from being long tones to fast sixteenth notes, try putting the sixteenth notes in with the long tones as a harmony, which crescendoes as the phrase moves forward. the guitar part was a nice touch. especially since it came onto a peaceful phrase, nice technique with the finale.