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Welcome to Song and Script Music Store

Song & Script - Toronto's oldest independent music store serving patrons since 1962. We sell songbooks, sheet music, original cast recordings, classical and opera, movie soundtracks, concert DVDs and much more.  This website is being phased out due to computer program changes. As ever, our store is open Monday thru Saturday from 10am  to 6pm or by appointment.  Due to the computer program we use, pricing and availability updates are now impossible.  Therefore, the prices and availability reflected on this website are no longer accurate.  Please call us at 416 923 3044 and we will look after all your music needs or you can email me at dntaylor@rogers.com. Thank you for your continued patronage. Our front page blogs by Dennis Kucherawy will continue to be posted. They are informative and worth the read. For past posts, just hit BLOG and enjoy. Sincerely, Dane Taylor 

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  • Kensington Jazz – Back to TO’s Jazz Roots
    Kensington Jazz – Back to TO’s Jazz Roots Kensington Market Jazz Festival Salutes Beloved Pioneer, Drummer Archie Alleyne By Dennis Kucherawy “Without the past, there is no future.”  Toronto jazz pioneer Archie Alleyne’s famous and wise words best describe the arrival of the Kensington Market Jazz Festival (KMJF) premiering this weekend.  It’s a return to one of the roots of Toronto…and Canada’s … jazz scene.
  • New Toronto Jazz Fest Opens This Friday
    New Toronto Jazz Fest Opens This Friday Kensington Market Jazz Festival to Feature Stellar Lineup This Weekend – Sept. 16th to 18th For Canada’s internationally renowned jazz diva Molly Johnson, this weekend is more than a dream come true.  It’s a homecoming. By Dennis Kucherawy
  • The Donna Summer Project
    The Donna Summer Project “Jersey Boys” Love to Love (Donna) Summer This January, “Jersey Boys,” the Four Seasons’ juke-box musical, will close after 11 years on Broadway.  The Tony and Olivier Award-winning Best Musical, also a recipient of a 2007 Grammy Award for Best Musical Show album, is the 12th longest running in the history of the Great White Way. This summer, the show’s director and choreographer, two former Torontonians, reunited to make magic happen again, this time with the life and music of the late great Disco Diva Donna Summer. She died in 2012.
    CANCER BENEFIT CONCERT DEFIES GRAVITY North York Cancer Benefit Concert Lineup Defies Gravity Together We’re Unlimited – Monday, Sept. 19th By Dennis Kucherawy “A formidable force of will and phenomenal technique,” Chris Jones of the venerable Chicago Tribune raved about her performance. The Chicago Sun-Times said she was “astonishing,” and that her rendition of the unforgettable “Rose’s Turn,” a nervous breakdown set to music, was volcanic.

Bits and Pieces

  • Closed Sundays
    ATTENTION ONLINE BROWSERS We have closed our online store and and this site is in "browse only" mode.  Please call us for all orders at 416 923 3044 or email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Song & Script Music Store is open at 2 Bloor Street West in Cumberland Terrace. Monday to Saturday Open 10am - 6pm Closed Sundays or by appointment only. Got a question?  CALL US!

David Warrack's Rob Roy - The Musical
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Rob Roy The Musical celebrates the adventures of one of the best known heroes in Scottish history.  Set in Scotland and England during the first half of the 18th Century, Rob Roy The Musical tells the tale of the famous Highlander from his days as a peaceful clan leader through his difficulties with the abrasive Duke of Montrose.  Rob Roy MacGregor is branded as an outlaw due to a business transaction which bore all the signs of a set-up.  This all took place at a pivotal time in Scottish history, when the Scots hoped to finally break free from England and follow what they believed was their true destiny.  Rob Roy in his flight from the law was captured many times yet always managed to escape thus becoming a hero to the Scots.

David Warrack has produced nearly 60 musicals and plays over the past 32 years. As composer/writer, Warrack has written or collaborated on 71 professionally produced musicals, including some of the longest-running productions in Canadian theatre history.  Warrack is one of Canada’s most respected and prolific musicians, with three Dora awards to his credit, and an enviable catalogue of chamber and orchestral works, choral works, songs and piano music. He is the founding musical director of the Canada Pops Orchestra and will lead them in concert at Carnegie Hall in June 2009. He remains one of the most sought after music directors and arrangers in North America.

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Address and Hours

Our doors are open Monday to Saturday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. Sunday 12 pm to 5 pm.

Our Address

2 Bloor Street W, Suite #C07
Toronto Ontario M4W 3E2
Tel: 416-923-3044