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I'm not the one who flagged this, but notice "The Études of Book 3 seem generally calmer, simpler, more refined in technique than those of Books 1 and 2." Can this really be claimed? There are only four etudes in book 3 and all of them have non-calm parts. The third is even listed later in the page as "manic" and the fourth has a "presto impossibile." There is certainly less polytonality, so I can maybe get on board with "simpler." Hilbertthm90 (talk) 04:57, 1 May 2013 (UTC)