Relationships

composer: Sir Michael Tippett (1939 – 1941)
lyricist: Sir Michael Tippett (1939 – 1941)
is based on: Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen
is the basis for: Five Negro Spirituals from "A Child of Our Time": No. 2. Nobody Knows
part of: A Child of Our Time: Part II.

Recordings

Date Title Attributes Artist Length
performance
1975-03 A Child of Our Time: Part II. Spiritual: Nobody Knows the Trouble I See BBC Singers, BBC Choral Society, Janet Baker, Richard Cassilly, Jessye Norman, John Shirley‐Quirk, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis 1:13
1986-07-05 – 1986-07-06 A Child of Our Time: A Spiritual László Heltay, Sheila Armstrong, Brighton Festival Chorus, Philip Langridge, Felicity Palmer, John Shirley‐Quirk, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, André Previn 1:16
1991-10-11 – 1991-10-13 A Child of Our Time: Nobody knows... Simon Halsey, John Cheek, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Chorus, Jon Garrison, Faye Robinson, Sarah Walker, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Sir Michael Tippett 1:37
1992-07-06 – 1992-07-08 A Child of Our Time: Part II: 16. Nobody Knows the Trouble I See, Lord Stephen Westrop, Cynthia Clarey, Damon Evans, Cynthia Haymon, London Symphony Chorus, Willard White, London Symphony Orchestra, Richard Hickox 1:17
2007-12-16 – 2007-12-18 A Child of Our Time: No 16. A Spiritual, Nobody Knows the Trouble I See, Lord live Steve Davislim, London Symphony Chorus, Indra Thomas, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis 1:15