It ends rather abruptly, although that in some way fits the music: it's untamed and uncompromising, and a bit of a caprice. Sometimes there are clear lines, and at a whim they switch to clashing chords, but the theme, if I can call it that, is never far away. I find it challenging and inspiring, like your organ works. I'm curious what the next will bring!
PS I can't guess what the title refers to. It isn't "pax hominibus", is it?
Mahoko: The name is as whimsical as the music. Ohne Lederhosen: I have not a clue about the origin of the name. That is simply the name that jumped out at me. English translation: "Without Leather Pants"
Mahoko sounds more "structural" to me than Paxho. The (two?) themes themselves sound a bit more temperamental, but the piece as a whole more even. To resort to visual comparison, it's a bit like DNA's double helix, where small units are woven around each other in a continuous movement.
Ohne Lederhosen has a very different tonality, and it starts almost like a typical German march, so the link with the title might be that it made you think of Bavarians dancing in traditional clothing. It is the easiest piece of the three, and also the most comical. I can almost imagine Tom and Jerry having a well choreographed fight. Wrt rendering: it cuts off before the last note has decayed, and there is a slightly odd diminuendo between 1:11 and 1:13.