Sound: Mixing can use work as the drums and cymbals are really lost and muddled. The other parts such as the "strings" and the piano are also lackluster in their sound due to improper mixing of the parts. The best sounding part is the guitar.
Composition: While still a bit over the place with the structure, this one certainly sounds more structured. The addition of instruments that aren't guitar definitely helps distinguish the sections apart. The "string" parts and the piano parts are very simplistic compared to the complex guitar riffs, which works as a contrast but also makes those parts feel rather lackluster.
Fit to Art: The chaos of this guitar and the "strings" and the piano make this piece fit the picture pretty well in my opinion. I think it gets across the feel of the landscape and what is happening, and tells a decent story.
Originality: Not particularly original, even with the piano and "strings" added in.
Ending thoughts: Music structure needs work, and so does mixing. Also try learning to write better parts for the piano and strings.