In melodious songs, Terpsichore
calls to you, of Cupid's death His dangerous effort, and great Temerity.
The Code of Terpsichore
. The Art of Dancing, Comprising Its Theory and Practice, and a History of Its Rise and Progress from the Earliest Times.
The reference to dance invokes Terpsichore
, the muse who invented dance and is figured with a lyre; the "purloined harp" most likely refers to Hermes' pilfering of Apollo's cows, Apollo's decision to trade his cows for the lyre, and Apollo's role as conductor of the muses.
There are ways to respond to the surprising onset of something dreadfully phlegmy during Swan Lake; that's why theaters have lobbies to which one can flee and why the muse Terpsichore
* is so often depicted proffering cough drops, or should be.
Joseph's father might well be one of the nine muses, as the case be: Calliope for epic poetry, Clio for history, Euterpe for lyric poetry, Melpomene for tragedy, Terpsichore
for choral dance and song, Erato for love poetry, Polyhymnia for sacred poetry, Urania for astronomy, Thalia for comedy.
All night she anticipated the event in dreams, and all day she posed or declaimed or danced through the halls and apartments as if possessed by the very spirit of Terpsichore
Lahcen Zinoun : Quand on a ete protege par Terpsichore
, berce par Euterpe et grandi dans les bras de Melpomene on ne peut qu'envisager de s'exprimer par le septieme art, son atout c'est de rassembler la Clio, la Calliope, l'Eerato, la Thalie etc...
Orchids are extremely abundant, particularly those of the genera Lepanthes and Pleurothallis, and the same is true of some epiphytic polypodiaceae (Terpsichore
After describing all of the other muses in the tableaux, Molly ends with Terpsichore
wore full white trousers and held a difficult dance pose, to everyones [sic] amazement.
vvGooglinga runner Terpsichore
2.50 Bath In Greek mythology, Terpsichore
, which translates as 'delight in dancing' was one of the nine Muses, ruling over dance and the dramatic chorus.