Charles Albert Stebbins (1874-1958) American composer and organist. Composed descriptive pieces including "The Swan" (1916) dedicated "to my good friend Gaston M. Dethier" (who was also his teacher), "In Summer" (1905) and "At Twilight" (1910)
A descriptive passage is printed on the first page of the music:
Afar in the distance the evening star gleams, And dim music drifts through the dusk of our dreams. While low murmur lute-strings, and soft sounds the sweep of swaying tree-tops in the garden of sleep.
Basically this is a little trifle or piece of fluff that is fun to play and would make a nice interlude or could be used as a quiet end to a concert.
You can purchase a beautifully reprinted copy of the sheet music here: