A tune a day recorded by Lester Bailey, in his shed, played on one of his various melodeons.
Isn't this Monks March (General Monck's March)? Monck marched in 1659/1660 from Scotland to London and was instrumental in the restoration of Charles II. The somewhat lurching nature of the march tune is meant to be a parody of his slow march, which by avoiding big battles managed to save many lives (supposedly).
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Hi PaulMonks March will appear later in the series, and admittedly a very similar tune but the bass accompaniment goes at half the speed. They are both Morris tunes this one for a 4 step dance and MM for a heel and toe dance hence the different rhythm.