My first submission
A simple Shetland tune that can have many variations.
The first Shetland tune I learned, in 1982 from a fiddler who told me that "everyone knows it".
It doesn’t seem to be that well-known now, so it must be time for a revival.
There’s quite a variation in the way fiddlers hit the C natural, often times with a "Scotch snap"
And, of course, the second C in bar 2 should be natural as well.
I believe this is often played after Da Ferry Reel and Lay Dee at Dee.
"John Anderson of Voe, 1759" - source = "Da Mirrie Dancers", published 1970.