Song of the Birds
by Joanna Hay
This short, lyrical film is about Bernard Greenhouse and takes place during the Summer of 2009. With his student, Ha Young Choi and his beloved Stradivarius cello, The “Countess of Stainlein”, Greenhouse performs and teaches “Song of the Birds,” passing on the legacy of his teacher, Pablo Casals.
Produced by the University Libraries at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro for the Cello Collection.
Directed by Joanna Hay
Interviewer – William “Mac” Nelson, Cello Music Cataloger at UNCG
Bernard Greenhouse: A Master And His Cello
Bernard Greenhouse in an interview from “Radio Diaries” on NPR’s All Things Considered.
Produced by National Public Radio, 2008
Back To Bach With Bernard Greenhouse
An interview with Mr. Greenhouse conducted by his former student Kate Dillingham at his home in Wellfleet, Massachusetts, wherein he shares anecdotes about his experience studying J.S. Bach’s Sonata for Viola da Gamba and Keyboard in G Major. In this video, Mr. Greenhouse reminisces about his teacher Pablo Casals, demonstrates fingering and bowing techniques, and imparts valuable musical wisdom. In the twilight of his years, he had much to share.
Produced by Kate Dillingham
Mit Cello, Charme, und Bogen
Bernard Greenhouse in an excerpt from the documentary “Mit Cello, Charme, und Bogen.”