A Concerto for the Violin (1913)
A selfish, temperamental composer is blind to the wonderful ability of his self-sacrificing wife. His new concerto is to be played by a great Russian violinist, with whom he falls in love. A quarrel between them results in the wife's triumphantly playing the concerto at the recital.- Written by Edison advertisement
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