Occasionally, he would return to his old profession as a tenor, for instance for a Winterreise at Wigmore Hall in January 1943; and in 1951, he recorded the first complete tenor Winterreise, for Westminster, with Gerald Moore at the piano.
Reference: The Gramophone, April 1943
Discography Vocalion London 1925 (w. piano) Drink to me only with thine eyes (trad) X-9710 For ever and ever (Tosti) X-9710 Vocalion London 1925-12 (w. piano: Berkeley Mason) 04266X Serenata – Come back (Toselli), violin obligato S. Kutcher X-9726 04267 Parted (Tosti) X-9765 04268 Serenade (Raff), violin obligato S. Kutcher X-9765 04269 To Mary (M. V. White) X-9726 Vocalion London date unknown (w. orch.) 04540 The holy city (Adams) K-05248 04541 The star of Bethlehem (Adams) K-02548 Vocalion London 1926-12 (w. piano & cello) M-0193 For a kiss (Tosti) X-9980 M-0194 O sole mio (Di Capua) X-9949 M-0195 My dreams (Tosti) X-9980 M-0196 I know of two bright eyes (Clutsam) X-9949 Vocalion London 1928-06 (w. piano, celeste & violin) Macushla (MacMurrough) Broadcast 243 Because (d'Hardelot) Broadcast 243 Westminster London 1951 (w. piano: Gerald Moore) WL 5087/8 (2 LPs): Winterreise (Schubert), complete recording
I wish to thank Anton Bieber for the recordings, label scans and discography.