Are you spanish?
Anyways, after listening to the last part (4:12-5:15) I got the feeling I was watching The Lord of the Rings -- it sounds quite familiar because Howard Shore used the same structure in some of his compositions for the film. I enjoyed your song however, because it had a feeling of chivalry or medieval fantasy that I love.
I could picture this being used in an adventure game like Quest for Glory or King's Quest. You've divided the mix into four parts, and it seems you've blended them well as far as style goes. Using the same instruments and tempo seems to keep the song held together by that strong foundation. Of course the song is digital, but what I'm focused on is the structure, not the quality of the instruments. In fact, I would rather hear this song in an adventure game than a live orchestra. I believe adventure games hold on to a rare novelty with digital music rather than live music.
The song is good as usual. You never cease to impress me with your classical dominance in the audio portal, and you always come up with imaginative storyline to back your songs up. You are a very creative musician and very talented in sequencing and mastering. I very much enjoyed this piece and I cannot wait to hear some more of your excellent stuff.
5/5 - Brotha