OK, I initially thought this was an instrument initialization problem. Instead, your case is doubly unusual...
First, your binary for the code has a single byte that has been zeroed out (meaning it's technically corrupt), causing the program to stop in its tracks later on due to a STOP opcode being encountered.
Second... I'm wondering how this was compiled. Normally these files compiled ready to play, but this one wasn't. So I hacked it to get it to play the song, although it has a suspected fadeout bug (notes have a tendency to instantly fade out if a non-zero value is used, although I'm not sure if this one is actually directly at fault).
So here's a version that at least plays the music for now.