Terpsichore


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From this point on, all shame aside: Terpsichore, drunk after the wine and roses, no longer guards her speech: with no ambiguous expressions but openly, she names that which haughty Venus receives at her June festival, which the steward sets up as guardian in the middle of the garden, and which the chaste virgin looks askant at, with her hand before her face.
She danced Terpsichore in Balanchine's Apollo when she was 14, and performed Juliet with the Royal Danish Ballet at 15.
Alansmia, a new genus of grammitid ferns (Polypodiaceae) segregated from Terpsichore.
Terpsichore is the muse of which artistic activity?
One vengeful "godmother" is Terpsichore, the muse of dance, who watched as "on tiptoe the schoolgirls danced / Blinking flashlights like fireflies / And singing the glowworm song.
The role, the biggest challenge he's given her to date, was Terpsichore, and she shared it with the company's prima ballerina Carla Korbes.
Now I surely will not plague you With such words as vague and ague, But be careful how you speak, Say gush, bush and break and bleak, Previous, precious; fuchsia, via, Pipe, snipe, recipe and choir, Cloven, oven; how and low, Script, receipt; shoe, poem, toe, Hear me say, devoid of trickery: Daughter, laughter and Terpsichore, Typhoid; measles, topsails, aisles; Exiles, similes, reviles, Wholly, holly; signal, signing, Thames; examining, combining, Scholar, vicar and cigar, Solar, mica, war and far.
In a can't-believe-we-get-to-see this scene, she rehearses Terpsichore to Carlos Acosta's Apollo (what a god he makes
Taking place in Hexham town centre, the event has many attractions including fairground rides, Halloween trail, a range of food to sample, from spooky sausages to blood soup, story telling in the Abbey for small children, street entertainment from local dance group Terpsichore and a laser light show.
Taking place in Hexham town centre, the event has many attractions including fairground rides, Halloween trail, a range of food to sample form spooky sausages to blood soup, story telling in the Abbey for small children, street entertainment from local dance group Terpsichore and a laser light s h ow.
This merger of the music and dance collections, Orpheus and Terpsichore, was celebrated on 20 October 2003, after a colloquium featuring the ballet reconstructionist Millicent Hodson, the designer Kenneth Archer, and the theater historian Lesley-Anne Sayers, who spoke about the revival of Sergey Prokofiev's ballet Lepas d'acier: The colloquium was followed by a reception in the music library, a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the dance collection, and a video presentation.
Watt's favourite example of guild craftsmanship is Hewan Crichton's figure of the Greek muse Terpsichore made in 1924 for The Fortune Theatre.
Terpsichore herself may have held her breath during much of the world premiere of Fearful Symmetries.