I started with "..Ocean.." and having the volume knob a bit high (just after listening to Tchaikovsky Symphony... a bit soft) this really had a "thunderous" opening... After the first few bars (measures) your composition is predictable, that's to say that it has no real surprises anymore. The rendering is great, but "which movie did you have in mind" ? It has potential for the scrolling opening with all actors, producers, .....
Now End Credits..... I like this more, writing while listening... nice melody and use of harp... where did you get the voices from?..... now the solo violin creeps in.... my congratulations, this piece is really nice and has a marvellous flow of moods.... A second theme comes in now. A "dance scene" , and in the background some voices, I like the short bowing of the violins....... back to the normal life..... though it seems to be separate compositions, it is really one and now we are back at the original mood. GREAT
The HYrule... again that movie feeling. The use of different instruments playing some short phrases in the background is really good. The drum section very modest and steady..... you know the brass!!! Tension is building up with those timpani rolls and repeating violins motifs..... I like this one.
You have a very good way to change instruments and let them play the things they are build for...... Overall thoughts... you are a movie track lover, except the EndCredits Redux. This is timeless.
Raymond - and I'll keep all three for further listening later