The Muse Terpsichore in Pictures and Texts from the 14th to 18th Century. Salmen, W. Music in Art : international journal for music iconography, 1998.
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The history of the reception and interpretation of the Muse Terpsichore was very complex. Since the Muse was not at all times regarded and identified with the dance, her attributes were often changed (book, scorll of music, small organ, lyre, harp, cetra or tambourine), evoking her different meanings.
@article{salmen_muse_1998,
	title = {The {Muse} {Terpsichore} in {Pictures} and {Texts} from the 14th to 18th {Century}},
	volume = {23},
	shorttitle = {Music {Iconography}},
	abstract = {The history of the reception and interpretation of the Muse Terpsichore was very complex. Since the Muse was not at all times regarded and identified with the dance, her attributes were often changed (book, scorll of music, small organ, lyre, harp, cetra or tambourine), evoking her different meanings.},
	number = {1-2},
	journal = {Music in Art : international journal for music iconography},
	author = {Salmen, Walter},
	year = {1998},
	keywords = {Danse, Iconographie, Organologie}
}

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