Sometimes you just get a wave of inspiration, and you must sit down, compose, and see where it takes you. This is what happened to me when I Wrote Oriental strawberry. This piece utilises a diverse range of instruments, from analog synth pads to Tibetan singing bowls. It is an atmospheric piece, comprising, as might be expected, a flavour of the orient, but also with elements of the celtic, electronic, and baroque styles thrown in. The peace begins with a short intro, heralded by a strike on the Tibetan singing bowls, And A sweep on the chimes. Then, in the main section, A solid foundation is established with a synth pad providing a continuous drone/peddle, whilst another synth pad plays an improvised melody. There is a little background percussion to add atmosphere, and a string section plays accompanying cords throughout the peace. There are uses of the Picardy third, especially towards the end,(suggestive of the baroque influence), And overall, the peace varies from C-major to see minor in key. Composition date: April 2013 DAW: Apple Logic pro 9.