Euterpe Picture

Euterpe - muse of the flute

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EUTERPE was one of the nine Mousai (Muses), the goddesses of music, song and dance. Her name was derived from the Greek words eu- and terpô, meaning "giver of much delight."

In Classical times--when the Muses were assigned specific artistic spheres--Euterpe was named Muse of lyric poetry. Her attribute was the double-flute.

She was a daughter of Zeus & Mnemosyne.

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This is my interpretation of Euterpe. I can imagine her playing a lot more instruments than the double-flute, so I gave her two other pieces to blow, as well as a lyre and a guitar. After all she has had a few millennias of time, so I can imagine her mastering every instrument, including keyboards and drums as well. As well as all kinds of styles: classic, jazz, rock, pop, opera, punk, dub... Or she might be DJ:ing. Just request!

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

All 3D elements bought from DAZ and Renderocity. Background picture is a private resource, and it's not Greece unfortunately but the Austrian alps. (Best I could do
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