I really like your interpretation; there was a stanza that was fully meant to hint at the idea of a fallen angel; the 'tracing daisies/entombed in your hair/leads us astray'. Very astute of you to pick up on it, especially when I was trying to be subtle about it.
Interesting write you have here. I'll be honest and say that I understood only about 80% of the music references, good thing my best friend is a musician and music teacher eh, otherwise I may have been a little bit embarrassed with how little I know.
It's the little things you add in your poetry that interest me most, stuff like 'y/our' that show your understanding of contemporary technique and I like that you're often experimenting in your writing.
I think my favourite things about this poem is that I found it somewhat romantic in its own right: rose-buds, rain flowers, swirls, daisies, hair, these are some of the words that had me find a romantic atmosphere.
"take the bow to your throat
and play your song;
^loved the tone you created here. A real interesting piece.