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Miserere (Latin for "Have mercy") are the first words in Latin of Psalm 51
- Plaza Miserere, a plaza in Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Many hundreds of musical settings of Psalm 51, the "Miserere" including:
- Miserere (aria), from Verdi's Il Trovatore to lyrics by Cammerono, duet sung by many artists including single by Harry Secombe and Adele Leigh 1958
- Miserere (Zucchero album), 1992 album by Zucchero
- Miserere, album of works by Arvo Part ECM Records 2000
- Miserere, album by The Choir of Westminster Cathedral dir. Martin Baker (organist) 2013
- "Miserere", song by The Cat Empire from the album Two Shoes 2005
- "Miserere", song by Gilbert Bécaud, Louis Amade, Gilbert Bécaud 1961, covered by Les Djinns 1961 Florence Passy
- "Miserere", song by Zucchero with Luciano Pavarotti, Zucchero & Bono 1992
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