Terpchicore Picture

Terpchicore - the muse of choral dance

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Terpsichore was one of the nine Mousai, the goddesses of music, song and dance. In late classical times--when the Muses were assigned specific literary and artistic spheres--Terpsikhore was named Muse of choral song and dancing, and represented with a plectrum and lyre.

She was a daughter of Zeus & Mnemosyne.

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Here Terpchicore is dancing away in the portico of the Mousai palace The Parnassos. Swift, elegant and agile, everyone who sees her must stop admire, although she's just practising. I guess she didn't carry around the lyre and it's plectrum when she was spinning around. It seemed more fit to give her a lighter instrument, a tambourine, for her dancing beat. The rest of the music comes from the boom box.

More of the same
Apollo and the Muses [link]
Apollo [link]
Erato [link]
Euterpe [link]
Kalliope [link]
Kleio [link]
Melpomene [link]
Ourania [link]
Polymnia [link]
Thalia [link]

All 3D items bought from DAZ, Powerage and Renderocity
Tools used: Terragen, DAZ, Photoshop, FANTASY
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