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April Showers (ver. 1) by Louis Silvers - Piano Sheets and Free Sheet Music

  
About the Song
"April Showers" is a popular song. The music was written by Louis Silvers, the lyrics by B. G. De Sylva. The song was published in 1921. The song was introduced in the 1921 Broadway musical Bombo, where it was performed by Al Jolson. It has become a well-known Jolson trademark, recorded by him many times, but it has also been recorded by many other artists. "April Showers" is one of many popular songs whose lyrics use a "Bluebird of happiness" as a symbol of cheer. ("So keep on looking for a bluebird, and waiting for his song.") Although introduced in 1921, the song was not recorded by Jolson until December 20, 1932. The British comedians Morecambe and Wise performed a skit featuring the song, which involved a light sprinkling of water drizzling on straight man Ernie Wise whenever he sung it, but a bucket of water being thrown over Eric Morecambe whenever he did the same. Spike Jones and.    Download this sheet!
About the Artist
Louis Silvers was a movie composer, whose work has been used in more than 250 movies. He was born on September 6, 1889 in New York and died of heart ailment on March 26, 1954 in Hollywood, California. Lou Silvers was married to Janet Adair. Sometimes known as Lou Silvers, Silvers scored a D. W. Griffith film with sound sequences Dream Street (1921) and the part-talking feature film The Jazz Singer (1927). He was also music director for Lux Radio Theater for most of its long run (1934-1955). He is also the composer of "April Showers" (1921). "April Showers" is a popular song. The music was written by Louis Silvers, the lyrics by B. G. De Sylva. The song was published in 1921. The song was introduced in the 1921 Broadway musical Bombo, where it was performed by Al Jolson. It has become a well-known Jolson trademark, recorded by him many times, but it has also been recorded by many other artists. "April Showers" is one of many popular songs whose lyrics use a "Bluebird of happiness" as a symbol of cheer. ("So keep on looking for a bluebird, and waiting for his song.") Although introduced in 1921, the song was not recorded by Jolson until December 20,.
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