Schröter (born about 1880) was a member of the Stettiner Sänger, a male vocal
ensemble in Berlin.
At least one early Anker label from 1906 calls him Tenor am Stadttheater Rostock. He was important for the
German recording industry as he made hundreds of records for almost all existing companies from about 1906 to WWI. Most of these
are sentimental songs, some operetta, and among the earliest also some opera arias, which display a pleasant and agreeable lyrical
Many of these recordings were issued under pseudonyms, e.g. E. Schröder, E. Schrader, E. Berger, Willi Heise, Erich
Born (used for his operatic records), Franz Born, Walter Kurt, Georg Raden and probably others.