Bruise The Pease jig

Also known as Bruise The Peas, Single.

There is 1 recording of a tune by this name.

Bruise The Pease has been added to 12 tunebooks.

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Three settings

X: 1
T: Bruise The Pease
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Edor
|: EBE G2 A | B2 A GFG | EBE G2 A | B3 BGF |
EBA G2 A | B2 A G2 F | E/F/GE d2 B | e2 B AFD :|
|: B2 e e3 | fed e2 d | B2 e e2 g | g2 e fdB |
[1 AA/B/c d3 | cec d2 B | ABc dcd | f2 e dcA :|
[2 edc d2 B | BdA G2 F | EFE d2 B | ee/d/B AGF |]
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X: 2
T: Bruise The Pease
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Ddor
|: DAG F3 | A2 G F3 | DAG F2 G | A2 G AFD |
A2 G F3 | A2 G F2 E | DED c2 A | d2 A GED :|
|: A2 d d3 | edc d3 | A2 d d2 e | f2 d ecA |
[1 A2 B c3 | BdB c3 | A2 B c2 d | e2 d cAG :|
[2 d2 B c2 A | A/c/AG F2 E | DED c2 A | d2 A GED |]
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X: 3
T: Bruise The Pease
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Edor
|: EBA G3 | B2 A G3 | EBA G2 A | B2 A BGE |
B2 A G3 | B2 A G2 F | EFE d2 B | e2 B AFD :|
|: B2 e e3 | fed e3 | B2 e e2 f | g2 e fdB |
[1 B2 c d3 | cec d3 | B2 c d2 e | f2 e dBA :|
[2 e2 c d2 B | B/d/BA G2 F | EFE d2 B | e2 B AFD |]
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Three comments

Roche III, page 34, tune #255 “Bruise the Pease”

"The Roche Collection of Traditional Irish Music, Volume III", 1927

"Single Jigs" ~ pages 33 - 35

X: 2
T: Bruise The Pease
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
R: jig
K: Ddor
|: DAG F3 | A2 G F3 | DAG F2 G | A2 G AFD |
A2 G F3 | A2 G F2 E | DED c2 A | d2 A GED :|
|: A2 d d3 | edc d3 | A2 d d2 e | f2 d ecA |
[1 A2 B c3 | BdB c3 | A2 B c2 d | e2 d cAG :|
[2 d2 B c2 A | (4AcAG F2 E | DED c2 A | d2 A GED |]

~ & for comparison

X: 3
T: Bruise The Pease
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
R: jig
K: Edor
|: EBA G3 | B2 A G3 | EBA G2 A | B2 A BGE |
B2 A G3 | B2 A G2 F | EFE d2 B | e2 B AFD :|
|: B2 e e3 | fed e3 | B2 e e2 f | g2 e fdB |
[1 B2 c d3 | cec d3 | B2 c d2 e | f2 e dBA :|
[2 e2 c d2 B | (4BdBA G2 F | EFE d2 B | e2 B AFD |]

8-)

Thought maybe, after the last row, I’d avoid hornpipes and similarly swung tunes for awhile. It might keep me out of trouble…

The title of this tune reminds me of an Anglo-Japanese blues band in London, who call themselves ‘We Pray the Bruise’.