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Theory Time Digital Products Terms & Conditions
- All Theory Time digital product sales are final (no refunds/exchanges)
- Theory Time digital products are NOT eligible for Piano Pronto Customer Reward Level discounts.
- Theory Time digital products are NOT downloadable, but always viewable in the Piano Pronto Music Viewer. Single-user license products must be printed within 7 days of purchase. Reproducible products are always printable from the Music Viewer.
About Theory Time®
Theory Time® has served public and private music educators and students since its inception in 1996. The company is located in Missouri City, Texas and is owned by Heather and Ron Rathnau. Theory Time® designs, creates, and publishes innovative material for general music theory education. The Workbook Series was successfully introduced at the Texas Music Teacher’s Convention in June 1996 and was quickly adopted by teachers throughout Texas, Louisiana, and the southern region. The popularity of this series grew in a very short time, and music companies throughout the U.S. now offer Theory Time workbooks to their customers. Teacher Editions were produced to complement the workbooks. Private teachers, private and parochial schools, home school students and magnet schools are particularly attracted to the extensive reference material, drills, Fun and Challenge Sheets, review tests and self-study features included in the workbooks.
Theory Time® also serves music educators in public schools. The Reproducible Curriculum Series and complementary Answer Sheets, Fun & Challenge Sheet packets, and Test Packs were written for classroom use. The themed Summer Camp Reproducible packets (also used as cross-curriculum study material), Games, Flashcards and other Teaching Aids were also designed to enrich the learning process.
Author Heather Hearn Rathnau, NCTM, graduated Magna Cum Laude from Baylor University with a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Pedagogy. She also graduated from Baylor with a Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance and Literature. Heather was the recipient of numerous scholarships for piano, academics and vocal performance, in addition to a graduate assistantship in accompanying. At Baylor, Heather was a member of several academic honor societies, and was also selected for the national music honor society, Pi Kappa Lambda, which recognizes the highest levels of musical achievement and academic scholarship in colleges, universities and other institutions of higher learning. The international professional music fraternity, Mu Phi Epsilon, also presented Heather its coveted “Sterling Achievement Award” as the outstanding senior Mu Phi student in the nation. Heather is a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music (NCTM) in Piano and maintains a successful private studio teaching piano and voice. She has directed children’s choirs at her church, and also served as an adjudicator and clinician for children’s choir workshops and seminars on vocal technique.