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You sound like you've got a really clear creative direction - which is good! I would consider using using motifs or common rhythmic ideas to create a sense of the different pieces 'speaking' to each other. Another way might be to use the same chord progression and dress it up differently (for instance, different instrumentation, orchestration, etc - or ...


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You might use Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons" and Haydn's "The Seasons" and PDQ Bach's "The Seasons" (Opus 2.5 tsp) to find ideas.


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