by Bruno Louchouarn

1) Part I................................
2) Part II...............................
3) Part III..............................
4) Part VI...............................

ORIGINAL MUSIC

© Copyright Bruno Louchouarn  2010

  A deliciously witty exploration of the very special misery only the smartest family members can inflict upon one another. In 1880s England, James Murray pursues the Sisyphean task of creating the Oxford English Dictionary, alongside his brilliantly caustic daughter who is now responsible for Murray, his seemingly prodigal son, and a garden shed full of thousands of slips of paper bearing definitions.

A Co-Production with Circle X Theatre Co.


The music was composed to support the emotional themes in the play, the daily unending grind of the scriptorium,  kinship and family relationships, desires to be recognized and bittersweet hopes, and finally the sense of openness and freedom achieved during fleeting moments.


Violin solos performed by Alyssa Park

Viola solos performed by Mark Menzies

Piano, Keyboards, viola, percussion, Bruno Louchouarn


tickets, video clips and more information about the play at:

http://www.bostoncourt.com/events/61/the-good-book-of-pedantry-and-wonder