Rough Scotsman (The)
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ROUGH SCOTSMAN (THE). American, Reel (cut time). A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. "The Rough Scotsman" was in the repertoire of fiddler Elijah "Lige" Enloe (1868-1925), of Cole County, Missouri, on the northern edge of the Ozarks Mountains region. He was a renowned dance fiddler who played throughout the region, and who was a major influence on his son Lymon's playing.