Measures 1-3 and their pick up measure are sequenced at measure 4. I was actually “lucky” because I thought I selected a “random pitch” for the sequenced bit, but it turns out that the notes in that sequence are relevant enough to the chords that precede and follow them (if that makes sense…the A major chord in measure 3 is only a half step away from the Bb chord in measure 5, and the Fsus type chord in measure 7 fits in with the key of D minor that gets defined at measure 8). I did not sequence the original three measures in a parallel manner; instead I changed some of the accidentals in an attempt to better fit the tonality of this piece. Despite having done that when I play this song it sounds like someone may have at least partially sat on the piano during the sequenced bit…or maybe I am hearing or playing something wrong! I wrote this with no key signature. I figured if I used accidentals it would improve my changes of making something that sounds post-tonal. You can see my use of augmented 6th chord in both the original first 3 measures and the sequenced bit. I find that it sounds more unfinished and suspenseful in the sequenced bit because I left the second chord as suspended. At least there is an A in D minor which is the key that follows the sequenced bit. In all seriousness repeating the original first three measures (and pickup) in another pitch level gives the piece more of a development and almost sounds like the sequenced measures are building on the original measures. I do miss hearing the 3rd measure leading straight to D minor though. Maybe I just really like having at least *some* tonality or something! What next? Perhaps sequencing the next part (measures 8 and beyond).