I would like some insight into what could be said of this piece in regards to anything that is generally spoken of a piece when it is being analyzed or critiqued.

It is called El Viaje Imaginario by Federico Ibarra and I like it quite a lot. I am not asking for an indepth analysis but just something that could point me in the right direction so I could appreciate it better.

So far all I can seem to discern is that it is probably in minor key, and its tempo oscillates between slow and fast. The piano and clarinet mainly play arpeggios instead of chords.

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    Hi Ayudh. Can you tell us what have you found until now... maybe it could help us to not redo again the job you already done. – Bebs Dec 6 '16 at 10:58
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    You'll need to be more specific. There are innumerable different ways to analyze a song. Are you looking for similar music? The repetitive elements remind me a bit of Philip Glass, but the overall feel is quite different --much more "organic" than his music typically is. – Chris Sunami supports Monica Dec 6 '16 at 16:59
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    If you want to talk about actual analysis(harmonic, motif, form), it's a much better fit on Music SE than here. If you want to talk about analyzing for genre instead it's much better here. – Dom Dec 8 '16 at 17:07