First, yes there is a cut off at the end. It is hard for me to hear properly Carmel in my speakers - so unbalanced.
Secondly, I don't know much about this composer, sorry!
Third, this is a nice piece. It builds from a slow, calm start, to a crescendo - both musically and stop wise. Reeds are added midway through the piece as it nears the finale, then are taken away to leave a soft ending. From the second page onwards, the calm 60 bpm gives way to a sense of pressing, and the tempo speeds up, almost loosely, depending how the performer feels I suppose. The mood of the piece also changes.
You can hear the piece played professionally here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHA6CswQTkQ
I hope I have done this piece justice, and hope that you enjoy listening.