The first thing I'd like to note about this track is that you've made a fantastic intro - the piano chords immediately bring a wonderful melancholic atmosphere that's unique to this entry. It's got a bit of the same mood that I feel in songs like some variations of the jazz standard Autumn Leaves, and Supertramp's If Everyone Was Listening, off the top of my head. You introduce a cello (probably?) with a strong melody here too, and when the intro ends after 25 seconds the listener is left with a really memorable snippet.
After that, the vocals are introduced, and they have many of the same problems that I mentioned in your previous submission - mediocre sound quality (an improvement after Prompter Te, where it was pretty awful), doused in reverb, and a lot of excessive vibrato and out of tune singing (critically so during the last 2 minutes). Still, you're conveying the intended emotion very well, and the lyrics aren't bad at all. The singing also supports the chords along with the violin and the bassline in a way that leads to some fantastically beautiful resolution and chord movements. Then when the interlude at 3:26 comes, it breaks up the track into separate sections very nicely. Great flutes and authentic piano playing and a nice introduction. Overall a great addition to the track, probably my favorite part.
The biggest problem, for me, is that you're not taking advantage of the sheer length of the song. When a song is close to 7 minutes, I am expecting a variety of ideas and moods to be expressed, and most importantly, I'm expecting to hear more than one chord progression! In this songs however, the musical ideas that create the aforementioned atmosphere go on and on well beyond the point where they lose their freshness.