Morris Dance is a piece for Piano duet. First published in 1944, it was one of the many popular duets that the composer wrote, partly for his own use and performance, and partly for public benefit and enjoyment.
Alec Rowley (1892-1958) was an English composer, organist and teacher. As well as his frequent Piano recitals and broadcasts, he gained renown through his large-scale works performed at the Promenade Concerts, but most of his compositions are miniatures and small-scale works appropriate for amateur forces. Having studied at the Royal Academy of Music, he later taught at Trinity College, London for nearly forty years.