Years ago, at a fiddle-centric event near Graz, Austria, I learned this scottish, which is apparently Swedish. The Austrian fiddlers called it "Swedisch-Schottisch." I believe they were playing it a fourth higher.
I'm playing it mostly on the G row of a G/C/F, reaching up to the inside row for "that note," which you will certainly recognize in the B part.
Listen to "Swedisch-Schottisch" here.
(The link above is also an experiment, part of my effort to make my sound clips accessible to multiple platforms and browsers.)