Two young people at a concert are listening to Von Weber's waltz. Some days later at a dance this same Von Weber waltz is the immediate cause of trouble. Of course they must always dance the waltz together and it so happens that another young man at the dance has put down his name for this waltz on the young lady's program. She feels that she must fulfill the obligation and of course her boy lover is more than a little put out. The result is the breaking off of their engagement. She tries to play it on the piano and finds that she cannot remember it, so decides to buy a copy. The youth hears a street violinist playing it and being near a music store, enters with the intention of buying a copy of it. And it so happens that the two young people come together. When the two young people meet in the store the proprietor understands the situation, and sending the girl to the window to listen to the violinist below, he tells the boy the story of his own mistake. The girl turns to listen and ...
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