A wood-cutter of the Black Forest finds little English Frida seated at the foot of a fir tree; she was waiting for her father, who had gone to seek the road; with her was a Bible and a violin; her father never returns, having been taken deathly ill without telling his name. Frida lives in the home of the peasant who found her, displays a great talent for music, and finally finds her English relatives through playing in public.
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