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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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  • A Whiter Shade Of Pale [Annie Lennox]
    A Whiter Shade Of Pale [Annie Lennox] "A Whiter Shade of Pale" is the debut single by the English rock band Procol Harum, released 12 May 1967. The record reached number one in the UK Singles Chart on 8 June 1967, and stayed there for six weeks. Without much promotion, it reached No. 5 on the US charts. One of the counterculture anthems of the 1967 Summer of Love, it is one of fewer than 30 singles to have sold over 10 million copies worldwide "A Whiter Shade of Pale" was the second single released by Annie Lennox from her second studio album, Medusa.
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  • Violin Sonata in G minor ''Devil's Trill Sonata'' [Tartini]
    Violin Sonata in G minor ''Devil's Trill Sonata'' [Tartini] The Violin Sonata in G minor, more familiarly known as the Devil's Trill Sonata (Italian: Il trillo del diavolo), is a work for solo violin (with figured bass accompaniment) by Giuseppe Tartini (1692–1770). It is the composer's best-known composition, notable for its technically difficult passages. A typical performance lasts fifteen minutes. Violin Sonata in G minor: 1. Larghetto affettuoso 2. Allegro moderato 3. Andante 3. Allegro assai-Andante-Allegro assai
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  • Sakura (Cherry Blossoms) [Traditional Music of Japan]
    Sakura (Cherry Blossoms) [Traditional Music of Japan] Is a traditional Japanese folk song depicting spring, the season of cherry blossoms. Contrary to popular belief, the song did not originate in ancient times; it was a popular, urban melody of the Edo period and was adopted as a piece for beginning koto students in the Tokyo Academy of Music Collection of Japanese Koto Music issued in 1888 (in English) by the Department of Education. The song has been popular since the Meiji period, and the lyrics in their present form were attached then. It is often sung in international settings as a song representative of Japan, and many electronic crosswalks in Japan play the melody as "guidance music". In 2007, it was selected for Nihon no Uta Hyakusen, a collection of songs and nursery rhymes widely beloved in Japan. In early the 2010s, Japanese singer Kiyoshi Hikawa performed the second of the two verses of "Sakura Sakura" - the first and only Enka singer to do so
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  • Core N'grato [Roberto Alagna]
    Core N'grato [Roberto Alagna] Cardillo wrote this canzone in 1911 and dedicated it to Enrico Caruso, who made the first recording. Alagna sings this familiar song with tightly controlled passion, building and then letting loose before the quietly intense ending. Guitar accompaniment by David & Frederico Alagna. Core 'ngrato (Ungrateful Heart), also known by the first words Catarì, Catarì (short and dialectal form for Caterina, a female first name), is a 1911 Neapolitan song by emigrant American composer Salvatore Cardillo with lyrics by Riccardo Cordiferro (real name Alessandro Sisca). It was adopted by Enrico Caruso but it is not known whether he commissioned Cardillo and Sisca to write it. It is the only well-known standard Neapolitan song to have been written in America. In the song, Catarì's lover reproaches the girl for thoughtlessly and heartlessly rejecting his abiding love for her; he implores her not to forget that he has given her his heart and that his soul is in torment; and he says he has confessed his feelings to a priest, who advised him to let her go. The song's title comes from the heartfelt passage, Core, core 'ngrato, Te haie pigliato 'a vita mia, Tutt' è passato, E nun nce pienze cchiù! (which approximates in English to, Ungrateful heart, you have stolen my life. It's all over and you no longer think about us!) Notable interpreters aside from Caruso himself include Giuseppe di Stefano, Beniamino Gigli[4] and Luciano Pavarotti.
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  • Reflejo de Luna [Alacrán]
    Reflejo de Luna [Alacrán] Alacran was a short living project of fusion between electronic lounge music and tango ingredients, in the style of Gotan Project. Stefano Micarelli (Produce/Guitar) and Paola Fortini(Vocal) were the duo members.
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  • Balada para un loco [Adriana Varela & Roberto Goyeneche]
    Balada para un loco [Adriana Varela & Roberto Goyeneche] Adriana Varela (born Beatriz Adriana Lichinchi on May 9, 1952 in Piñeyro, Argentina) is a female Argentine tango singer, with a successful career that encompasses seven records, as well as minor movie roles. Roberto Goyeneche (Saavedra, Buenos Aires, January 29, 1926 – Buenos Aires, August 27, 1994) was an Argentine tango singer of Basque descent, who epitomized the archetype of 1950s Buenos Aires' bohemian life, and became a living legend in the local music scene. He was known as El Polaco ("the Pole") due to his blond hair, and thinness, like the Polish immigrants of the time. He is identified with the neighborhood of Saavedra, where he grew up.
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  • Somewhere Over the Rainbow [Jimmy Hendrix]
    Somewhere Over the Rainbow [Jimmy Hendrix] Crash Landing is a posthumous compilation album by American guitarist Jimi Hendrix. It was released in March and August 1975 in the United States and the United Kingdom respectively. It was the first Hendrix album to be produced by Alan Douglas. Before Hendrix died in 1970, he was in the final stages of preparing what he intended to be a double studio LP, which was given various titles such as 'First Rays of the New Rising Sun', 'People, Hell & Angels', and 'Strate Ahead' [sic]. Most of the tracks intended for this LP were spread out over three posthumous single LP releases: The Cry of Love (1971), Rainbow Bridge (1971), and War Heroes (1972). In the case of the last two of these LPs, a demo track, a live track, and unreleased studio tracks were used to fill out the releases. In late 1973, his international label prepared to issue an LP titled Loose Ends which contained eight tracks, six of which were generally regarded as incomplete or substandard (the only two "finished" tracks on this release were "The Stars That Play with Laughing Sam's Dice", a heavily re-mixed stereo version of the B-side which had been released in the original mono mix on the 1968 European and Japanese versions of the Smash Hits, and a cover of Bob Dylan's "The Drifter's Escape", both of which would ultimately be re-released on the South Saturn Delta CD in 1997). Loose Ends was not released in the USA by Reprise because they considered the quality of the tracks to be subpar. Hendrix had amassed a great deal of time in the studio in 1969 and 1970, resulting in a substantial amount of songs, some close to completion, that were available for potential release. After the death of Hendrix' manager in 1973, Alan Douglas was hired to evaluate hundreds of hours of remaining material that was not used on earlier posthumous albums. "Peace in Mississippi," "Somewhere," and "Stone Free" were recorded with the original Jimi Hendrix Experience line up, while the rest of the material used on Crash Landing consisted of recordings Hendrix originally made with Billy Cox on bass and either Mitch Mitchell or Buddy Miles on drums and on one occasion by Rocky Isaacs.
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  • Language Is A Virus (From Outer Space) [Laurie Anderson]
    Language Is A Virus (From Outer Space) [Laurie Anderson] A nice clean copy, the only single from Laurie Anderson's 1986 album "Home Of The Brave". The short version of this song used in this video has never been released on CD.
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  • Hymne à l'amour [Edith Piaf]
    Hymne à l'amour [Edith Piaf] "Hymne à l'amour" ("Hymn to Love") is a popular French song originally performed by Édith Piaf. The lyrics were written by Piaf and the music by Marguerite Monnot. Piaf first sang this song at the Cabaret Versailles in New York on September 14, 1949.[citation needed] It was written to her lover and the love of her life, the French boxer, Marcel Cerdan. On October 28, 1949, Cerdan was killed in a plane crash on his way from Paris to New York to come to see her. She recorded the song on May 2, 1950. "Hymne à l'amour" was translated into English by Piaf's protégé Eddie Constantine as "Hymn to Love", which was recorded by Piaf on her album La Vie En Rose / Édith Piaf Sings In English (1956). This version was featured on Cyndi Lauper's 2003 album At Last. It was also adapted into English as "If You Love Me (Really Love Me)" with lyrics by Geoffrey Parsons, first recorded in this form in 1952 by Vera Lynn. Piaf then sang this version in Carnegie Hall at both of her performances in 1956 and 1957. Subsequent covers by Kay Starr in 1954, Shirley Bassey in 1959 and Brenda Lee in 1961 brought fame to this version. Raquel Bitton features "Hymn to Love" in her tribute to Piaf 2000.
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  • Via con me [Paolo Conte]
    Via con me [Paolo Conte] This song was composed and performed by Paolo Conte in 1981. Paolo Conte is an Italian singer, pianist, composer, and lawyer notable for his grainy, resonant voice, his colourful and dreamy compositions and his wistful, sometimes melancholic lyrics. This song belongs to the fourth album of Paolo Conte and the name of that is "Paris Milonga (1981)". Lyrics in English: Away, away, get away with me Nothing more binds you to these places Not even these blue flowers Let's get away, let's get away, not even this grey time Full of musics and people that you liked It's wonderful, it's wonderful, it's wonderful good luck my babe, it's wonderful, it's wonderful, it's wonderful, I dream of you... chips, chips, du-du-du-du-du Away Away, let's get away Enter this dark love, don't get lost for anything in the world away, away, don't get lost for anything in the world The art spectacle differs depending on someone who is in love with you It's wonderful, it's wonderful, it's wonderful good luck my babe, it's wonderful, it's wonderful, it's wonderful, I dream of you... chips, chips, du-du-du-du-du Away , away, let's get away. Enter this dark love full of people Away, away, enter and take a warm bath There s a blue bath gown (nearby), it rains a cold world outside It's wonderful, it's wonderful, it's wonderful good luck my babe, it's wonderful, it's wonderful, it's wonderful, I dream of you... chips, chips, du-du-du-du-du
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