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MISERO PROSPERO Project is a Spanish-Hungarian dance-theatre company based in Budapest, Hungary lead by the Spanish stage director and playwright Carlos Rodero. In effect from the end of 2007, we show stage productions, including pieces of dance, theatre, music and other disciplines related to show business, with artistic and professional integrity and with a special interest in finding and creating new languages for the stage. Working together with a team of talented collaborators (dancers, actors and actresses, technicians of light and sound, costume designers), we aim at embracing and realizing a new language of performance art and theatrical expression by creating a theatrical dramaturgy that combines drama elements, techniques, and cultural diversity. Our language beautifully navigates on the borders of dance-theater, physical theatre, applied arts, pantomime, and music.

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  • Death and the Maiden [Franz Schubert]
    Death and the Maiden [Franz Schubert] The String Quartet No. 14 in D minor, known as Death and the Maiden, by Franz Schubert, is one of the pillars of the chamber music repertoire. Composed in 1824, after the composer suffered through a serious illness and realized that he was dying, it is Schubert's testament to death. The quartet is named for the theme of the second movement, which Schubert took from a song he wrote in 1817 of the same title. The theme of death is palpable in all four movements of the quartet. The quartet was first played in 1826 in a private home, and was not published until 1831, three years after Schubert's death. Yet, passed over in his lifetime, the quartet has become a staple of the quartet repertoire. It is D 810 in Otto Erich Deutsch's thematic catalog of Schubert's works.
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  • No me quieras tanto [Martirio]
    No me quieras tanto [Martirio] Maribel Quiñones or María Isabel Quiñones Gutiérrez in full, known under her stage name as Martirio (a Spanish given name meaning Martyrdom or Torment, in English) is a Spanish singer born in 1954 in Huelva, Spain. She borrows her style and inspiration from flamenco that she adapts or merge with more modern musical trends, especially jazz and tango but also pop, rock, swing, and guaracha, in this sense, she can properly be ranked as a New Flamenco artist. She is also noted for a distinctive look (wearing large sunglasses).
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  • Lágrimas Negras [Celia Cruz]
    Lágrimas Negras [Celia Cruz] ...Lágrimas negras (Black Tears) is a bolero-son composed in 1929, with lyrics and music by the Cuban composer and singer Miguel Matamoros (1894–1971). It is one of his most famous songs. Sanf by Celia Cruz (October 21, 1925 – July 16, 2003), the most popular Latin artist of the 20th century, she earned twenty-three gold albums and was a recipient of the National Medal of Arts. She was renowned internationally as the "Queen of Salsa", "La Guarachera de Cuba", as well as The Queen of Latin Music...
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  • Itchycoo Park [Small Faces]
    Itchycoo Park [Small Faces] "Itchycoo Park" is a psychedelic pop song written by Steve Marriott and Ronnie Lane, first recorded by their group, the Small Faces. The song reached number three in the UK Singles Chart in 1967. "Itchycoo Park" was released by The Small Faces in August 1967. Together with "Lazy Sunday", "Tin Soldier" and "All or Nothing", the song is one of the band's biggest hits and has become a classic of its time. The song reached number 16 in the American Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1968. The song was first conceived and largely written by Ronnie Lane, who had been reading a leaflet on the virtues of Oxford which mentioned its dreaming spires.
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  • Good Night Ladies [Lou Reed]
    Good Night Ladies [Lou Reed] Taken off the album Transformer (1972) Transformer is the second studio album by American rock musician Lou Reed. Produced by David Bowie and Mick Ronson, the album was released in November 1972 through RCA Records. Transformer was produced by David Bowie and Mick Ronson, both of whom had been strongly influenced by Reed's work with the Velvet Underground. Bowie had obliquely referenced the Velvet Underground in the cover notes for his album Hunky Dory and regularly performed both "White Light/White Heat" and "I'm Waiting for the Man" in concerts and on the BBC during 1971–1973. He even began recording "White Light/White Heat" for inclusion on Pin Ups[citation needed], but it was never completed; Ronson ended up using the backing track for his solo album Play Don't Worry in 1974.
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  • Il dritto di Chicago [Fred Buscaglione]
    Il dritto di Chicago [Fred Buscaglione] Ferdinando "Fred" Buscaglione (1921 – ) was an Italian singer and actor who became very popular in the late 1950s. His public persona –the character he played both in his songs and his movies– was of a humorous mobster with a penchant for whisky and women.
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  • Famous Blue Raincoat [Leonard Cohen]
    Famous Blue Raincoat [Leonard Cohen] Sometime in the early 1970s, a thief stole Leonard Cohen's old raincoat from Marianne Ihlen's New York apartment. God only know what happened to it, but the thief almost certainly had no idea he was stealing an object that belongs in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, if not the Smithsonian. It was that very coat that inspired Cohen to write one of his most beloved and mysterious songs. It's written in the form of a letter, possibly to the narrator's brother, who stole his lover, Jane. "Famous Blue Raincoat" has captivated listeners ever since it first appeared on 1971's Songs of Love and Hate, though Cohen admits he's not happy with the lyrics. "It was a song I've never been satisfied with," he said in 1994. "It's not that I've resisted an impressionistic approach to songwriting, but I've never felt that this one, that I really nailed the lyric. I'm ready to concede something to the mystery, but secretly I've always felt that there was something about the song that was unclear."
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  • Goodbye Newport Blues [Muddy Waters]
    Goodbye Newport Blues [Muddy Waters] At Newport 1960 is a live album by Muddy Waters performed at Newport Jazz Festival in Newport, Rhode Island, with his backing band, consisting of Otis Spann (piano, vocals), Pat Hare (guitar), James Cotton (harmonica), Andrew Stevens (bass) and Francis Clay (drums), on July 3. Waters's performances across Europe in the 1950s and at Newport helped popularize blues to a broader audience, especially to whites. The album is said to be one of the first live blues albums. The album was released in the US on November 15 that year, featuring eight songs, including "I Got My Brand on You" to "Goodbye Newport Blues". In 2001, Chess Records released a remastered version, which includes three bonus tracks recorded in Chicago in June. At Newport 1960 never charted, but it received critical acclaim and was influential for future bands. It was ranked on several music lists, including at number 348 on Rolling Stone's "500 Greatest Albums of all Time" in 2003.
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  • Solace [Scott Joplin]
    Solace [Scott Joplin] Scott Joplin (c. 1867/1868? - April 1, 1917) was an African-American composer and pianist. Joplin achieved fame for his ragtime compositions, and was later titled "The King of Ragtime". During his brief career, he wrote 44 original ragtime pieces, one ragtime ballet, and two operas. One of his first pieces, the "Maple Leaf Rag", became ragtime's first and most influential hit, and has been recognized as the archetypal rag.
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  • Requiem Aeternam [Benjamin Britten]
    Requiem Aeternam [Benjamin Britten] The War Requiem, Op. 66, is a large-scale, non-liturgical setting of the Requiem composed by Benjamin Britten mostly in 1961 and completed in January 1962. The War Requiem was performed for the consecration of the new Coventry Cathedral, which was built after the original fourteenth-century structure was destroyed in a World War II bombing raid. The traditional Latin texts are interspersed, in telling juxtaposition, with settings of poems by Wilfred Owen, written in World War I. The work is scored for soprano, tenor and baritone soloists, chorus, boys' choir, organ, and two orchestras (a full orchestra and a chamber orchestra). The chamber orchestra accompanies the intimate settings of the English poetry, while soprano, choirs and orchestra are used for the Latin sections; all forces are combined in the conclusion. The Requiem has a duration of approximately 90 minutes.
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