(delight of dancing) One of the nine Muses. Her realm was that of Choral Dance. The Muses are daughters of Zeus by Mnemosyne,
and between them inspire creative workings. See also Erato, Euterpe, Kalliope, Klio, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Thalia, and Urania.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- Terpsichore Dance Booklet
- An online version of the Terpsichore dance manual is available online at our website: www.cynnabar.org/downloads.
- Six Dances from Terpsichore by Michael Praetorius
- Terpsichore for gamba and guitar, with an optional and anachronistic figured bass for keyboard players.
- Five Dances From Terpsichore - 1612
- Five Dances From Terpsichore - 1612. Michael Praetorius. 1.
- Terpsichore in the Temple
- of art museums turning to the Greek muse Terpsichore to push the envelope. “ Budgets may be shrinking,” says Blumenthal,.
Suggested News Resources
- Virginia Quake Gives Moore a Shake
- Debbie Giovanni of the Terpsichore dance studio in downtown Southern Pines said she thought the shaking was from a train, but when she looked outside her second-story office window, she saw no train on the tracks.
- Which Greek God Is Rahm Emanuel?
- According to Bulfinch's Mythology, Monetos was the offspring of Horcus, the god or spirit of oaths, and Terpsichore, the muse of dance.
- Telly Hankton cousin tried to kill witness, helped aid perjury plot, Orleans
- He also awaits trial in the June, 2009 shooting of Jessie Reed on Terpsichore Street, while Telly Hankton was free on $1 million bond in Stewart's killing.
- Release of perjury suspect angers DA, rekindles bond controversy
- Hasan Williams, a witness to Reed's murder, was found two weeks later, shot dead on Terpsichore Street, while Telly Hankton sat in jail. A ballistics test matched bullets from Williams' killing to some in Reed's.
Suggested Web Resources
- Terpsichore - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In Greek mythology, Terpsichore delight of dancing" was one of the nine Muses, ruling over dance and the dramatic chorus.
- Terpsichore - definition of Terpsichore by the Free Online Dictionary
- Terp·sich·o·re (tûrp-s k -r ). n. 1.
- TERPSICHORE : Goddess Muse of Choral Song & Dance | Greek
- TERPSIKHORE (or Terpsichore) was one of the nine Mousai (Muses), the goddesses of music, song and dance.
- Terpsichore // BU's premiere all-female a cappella
- Award-winning all-female group at BU with a contemporary repertoire.
- Mar 3, 1997 Terpsichore is the Muse of dancing and the dramatic chorus, and later of lyric poetry. Hence the word terpsichorean, pertaining to dance.
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