All-in-one …and One For All – For Every Musician, Young Or Old.

 All-In-One music theory books present THE most effective way to learn music theory – the new (2016) edition is being used in the classroom environment (as well as private tuition) with great success (Please feel free to contact us for more information at

VISUAL – easy to learn and remember.
Most drawings are educational (not just decorative) and therefore appeal to all ages, helping reinforce concepts learnt.

INTEGRATED…yet progressive
Exploring patterns across the grades

‘All-In-One…is presented quite differently from most other theory books…an integrated scheme of work…as opposed to small chunks of info which will hopefully click together like lego bricks’ Rhinegold Music Teacher magazine

COMPREHENSIVE  and IN DEPTH ( “extremely thorough”  EPTA)
Includes graded checklists for both ABRSM and Trinity

All-In-One music theory books satisfy all the requirements of both ABRSM and Trinity College London syllabus grades 1-5 (and even include some topics marked ‘optional’ which are not found in either ABRSM or Trinity syllabus).

At last, music theory without the fuss. Refreshingly logical, simple…and FUN! Appeals to a wide age range from young child to adult, pianist and instrumentalist alike.

The author’s method exposes simple and underlying rules and patterns of music theory, enabling students to work things out for themselves and arises from the conviction that a pupil gains satisfaction and enjoyment from their work if they understand why rules and conventions exist. Text is kept minimal and alternates with work sheets and helpful illustrations, to be enjoyed by students of any age. Frees up valuable lesson time for the instrumental work it supports.

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EPTA Piano Professional, January 2011 (about the first edition)
“written in a clear and inviting is not a book to be thrown away as we frequently dispose of other completed exercise books. It will remain as an excellent source of reference”.

Rhinegold: Music Teacher magazine, February 2009 (about the first edition)
“A welcome addition to theory education”...
“really excellent material”...“Imaginative”...“good psychology to encourage and inspire pupils.”
“The book is always clear, with concise language so that pupils of any age should be able to work through it with minimum dependence on the teacher.”

“Worth every penny for this section alone” [regarding a 30 page section which tests understanding of foreign performance directions]

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