I don't have the music file and have no information about it, but I've heard it many times. It sounds like Western classical music: something like flute accompanied by string orchestra, I guess. I just tried to whistle a part of it on this audio file. Hope it's close enough and helps!

This approximate transcription of the audio file was added in the comments: transcription

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    According to our guidelines, "Questions seeking to identify a song/sample/artist/etc need enough objective detail to be answerable. Please if possible add more detail." – user546 Mar 16 '16 at 18:31
  • Dear Wheat: I wish I had some more information to mention here or search on Google, but unfortunately I know nothing about it. I've just heard it on TV/radio many times and liked it. – Mori Mar 16 '16 at 18:34
  • If you have heard it on TV and radio, then you could describe what musical instrument plays the theme, and what the accompaniment sounds like. Or you could list particular TV shows where you have heard the theme. There is much you could provide if you will think about it. – user546 Mar 16 '16 at 18:35
  • I live in a country where they don't show musical instruments on TV! Hard to believe, but that's true. The music is accompanied with some natural scenery, flowers, etc. as a music video. – Mori Mar 16 '16 at 18:40
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    What kind of musical instrument does it SOUND like to you? A violin? A flute? A guitar? A xylophone? A piano? Come on, if you can't provide any details based on what you have heard, or if you are so ignorant of musical terms that you do not know the difference, I do not believe that we can help you. – user546 Mar 16 '16 at 18:43

Is it possibly Kriesler's "Sicilienne"? It's not a close match, but there are some distinct similarities in the rhythm and the overall melodic line.


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    I'm afraid not. Many thanks, anyway! – Mori Mar 17 '17 at 5:46

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