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Miserere is the Latin imperative of misereor for have mercy or have pity.
Miserere may also refer to:
Many hundreds of musical settings of Psalm 51, the "Miserere" including:
- Miserere (Josquin), c. 1503 motet setting by Josquin des Prez
- Miserere (Allegri), 1630s musical setting by Gregorio Allegri
- Miserere, 1735 motet by French composer Joseph Michel
- Miserere, from the 1853 opera Il Trovatore by Verdi
- Miserere (Górecki), 1981 work by Henryk Górecki
- Miserere (Pärt), 1989/1992 work by Arvo Pärt
- "Miserere", song by Zucchero from the 1992 album Miserere
- "Miserere", song by The Cat Empire from the 2005 album Two Shoes
- "Miserere", song by Katherine Jenkins from the 2004 album Première
- "Miserere", song by Myriads from the 2002 album Introspection
- The Mark of the Angels – Miserere, 2013 French thriller based on the novel Miserere
- Miserere (novel), 2008 novel by Jean-Christophe Grangé
- Miserere (Rouault), a suite of 60 lithographs by Georges Rouault
- Plaza Miserere, a plaza in Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Psalm 51, referred to as "Miserere" because of its opening words, "Miserere mei, Deus"
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