Paul Terry has taught music from primary to postgraduate level and is a former Chief Examiner for A-level music. He has been the author, co-author, professional consultant or editor of more than 50 books, on subjects ranging from music techology, piano sight-reading, theory and aural skills to the history and analysis of music, and has written numerous magazine articles on music education. His new publication, The Music History Handbook, is available from this site, along with titles he has co-authored with William Lloyd. His books on A-level aural training (Aural Matters, Aural Matters in Practice and Listening Matters, each with CD) all co-authored with David Bowman, are published by Schott & Co. Ltd.and are available from all good music shops or from Amazon, as are the many books by Paul, variously written with or without David, and published by Rhinegold Education, a division of Hal Leonard Europe. Rhinegold also publish five volumes of 'Sight-Reading Success' for piano (Grades 1 to 5, each with CD) by Paul Terry and Malcolm Riley.