Revision with unchanged content. Marko Taj?evi? (1900-1984) is one of the most celebrated composers from the former Yugoslavia. The most important influence on his music – folk-music tradition of his country – is evident in a number of his works. His opus totals fifty-four compositions, including twelve works for piano. Until now, researches looked closely only at several of Tajcevic’s piano pieces. This book is the first one that offers a survey and analysis of all of them, including those that are still in the manuscript form. The author of the book has examined several aspects of Taj?evi?’s piano music: formal structure, tonality versus modality, different textures, use of articulation and dynamic, and the influence of folk tradition. She has categorized pieces based on difficulty level and compositional styles and discussed each piece in details. Taj?evi?’s music has great pedagogical value and piano teachers and their students are among those who can benefit the most from this book. Professional musicians can also rely on this book for further research on Taj?evi?'s music. In addition, the book is an excellent guide for a listener who would like to know more about his life and works.