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Robin Adair is a good illustration of the 'Scottish Snap', the characteristic rhythm of a reversed dotted quaver, I.e. a semiquaver followed by a dotted quaver. Mendelssohn used it in his 'Scottish Symphony', as did many other composers wishing to evoke a Scottish atmosphere.

What made th'assembly shine? Robin Adair!
What made the ball so fine? Robin Adair!
What, when the play was o'er, What made my heart so sore?
Ah! was parting with Robin Adair!
Category: Folk Song Solo Featuring Piano Traditional Period
Time Signature 4 /4 Key Signature   G Major Play MP3 using player below.

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