Alfred Solman, a poor composer, has his musical compositions rejected and he makes up his mind, to try a new field of endeavor in London. Leaving his wife and daughter, he meets in London a brother violinist, Oscar Blanche, who shares his humble garret with him. Oscar steals the old composer's works and passes them off as his own and receives the money for same. The loss of the manuscripts sends the old composer insane and he is carried away to a lunatic asylum. In the meantime his wife and daughter become wealthy through the sale of one of his operas and failing to hear of the husband and father, they lease the old home and enter society. Oscar meets the composer's daughter and falls in love with her and the wedding is about to take place. Oscar's "Wedding March" is to be played at the ceremony. The old composer is released from the asylum and wanders into the church, where he becomes organist. A wedding is about to take place and to his amazement he finds "The Wedding March," his ...
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