What are the muses names?
Calliope was the first and most respectable of all Muses. She was the Muse of Epic Poetry and Eloquence. Her symbols were the abacus and the pen. More often than not she was also pictured with a tablet or a scroll. She is represented as a stately young woman, whose brow is crowned with gold. Clio was the Muse of History. She inspired those who spoke, wrote and sang history. Her symbols were the trumpet, the clepsydra (hour-glass) and most of all the manuscript that unfolds. Erato also carried a Lyre and she was a deity of a different kind of poetry. She was the Muse of marriage and Love lyrics. She was a fine, merry girl crowned with roses. In the beginning Euterpe was just an escort to Dionysus. However she later became the Muse of Lyric Poetry. Her symbol was the flute and she was pictured playing it, as all Muses were pictured along with their symbols. Melpomene was the Muse of Tragedy. It is said that she was involved with Dionysus who was sometimes called Melpomenus. Her symbols were the tragic mask and club of Heracles. She often pictured wearing a garland of grapevine leaves, like Dionysus and she carried a sword. Another possibility was that her grave attitude led to her being the Muse of Tragedy. At first it was said that Polymnia inspired hymns and songs for the Gods and the heroes. Later people said she was a deity of knowledge and memory and finally the Muse of "small art". She was presented in a thoughtful mood and sometimes talking with her fingers as though people could express their will with gestures, without speech. Terpsihore was a young and lively fair maiden who prevailed in dances and drama at the beginning. Finally she became the Muse of Dancing and she is often represented in a dancing position with the Lyre and Plectrum (a kind of musical triangle). At the beginning Thalia was an agricultural deity and was the Muse of Pastoral Poetry. She supervised outdoor feasts. She had a bright and playful look so it is not surprising that she finally became the Muse of Comedy. The comic mask she carried with her left hand and the shepherd crook she held with her right, were her symbols. She was crowned with grapevine or ivy leaves. Urania is the Muse of Astronomy. A pair of compasses and a celestial globe were her symbols and with those she wanted to define the position of the stars upon the globe.
Taken from http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Aegean/7490/muses.htm
Taken from http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Aegean/7490/muses.htm
- Caliope (music),
- Terpsichore (dance),
- Clio (history),
- Euterpe (cheer),
- Erato (love),
- Polyhymnia (religion),
- Melpomene (drama),
- Thalia (comedy), and
- Urania (stars/heavens).
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A muse is an ancient Greek mythological figure that represents the arts of drama and music. There are nine muses. Also, Muse is also the name of an awesome band.
No. The Muses were nine goddesses in Greek mythology, the daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne.
They were the 9 Greek goddesses of the arts and science. They included: . Calliope - Goddess of Poetry (eldest of the Muses, she was a lover of Apollo, and gave birth to Orpheus and Linus, two of his sons. . Clio - Goddess of Historical Epics. . Erato - Goddess of Love Songs and Erotic Poetry…. . Euterpe - Goddess of Joy and Pleasure. . Melpomene - Goddess of Tragic Plays. . Polyhymnia - Goddess of Hymns . Terpsichore - Goddess of Dramatic Dancing . Thalia - Goddess of Comedy, also one of the Graces. . Urania - Goddess of Space, Astronomy, and Astrology. (see related link) (MORE)
In common language it means inspiration. What inspires you to do something? -One of the Muses. In classical language it refers to goddesses from ancient Greece which had power over inspiration especially in art, poetry, drama, storytelling, etc. However, muse can also mean that you were pondering …over something- like "Jake mused over what to wear". (MORE)
Answer . This is poetic shorthand for "I am finding what inspires me". In early Greek times a Muse was a goddess of inspiration in poetry, art, drama, prose and other creative activities. So the Muse would work through physical things like people, places or situations. Say you are a writer and …you have lost your Muse (writer's block) you go for a walk and you witness a sunset or a leaf falling or any number of things and all of a sudden the ideas start flowing as if by magic. You found your Muse. (MORE)
The members of Muse, namely the front-man Matthew Bellamy, havestated that their name was mainly chosen because it lookedprofessional on posters and the like. However, Bellamy has alsostated that the name could possibly have stemmed from his interestin spirits, ghosts etc and that his experiences in… such fields werelike "an odd Muse descending upon us." Matthew Bellamy said that his mum used to teach him the Ouija board(to speak to the dead) and so he started hanging around thesewitches (he says to get laid) and one of them said "an odd Musedescending upon us." ... (MORE)
The muses were goddesses of the arts, including: choral dance and song, history, astronomy, epic poetry, love poetry, lyric poetry, tragedy, sacred poetry, and comedy.
its just an introduction numnuts. i don't think it is an intro its just apart of the song??. which version are you refering to......a live version or the album version cause it might help.....but I'm pretty sure its just and intro....
Of the nine Muses, Euterpe was the Muse of music and lyrical poetry (poetry that could be set to music)
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It would be Thalia, the muse of comedy and idyllic poetry. Erato, the muse of lyric and erotic poetry, is also often seen with a wreath of myrtle and roses
"Muse" is not a verb. A "Muse" is a kind of person/spiritual person who can inspire you into something? A Muse can for instense inspire an artist for a painting, music etc. Sorry foy my choice of words. Hope it helped you!. it could also be like pondering about something!
Calliope, Clio, Erato, Euterpe, Melpomene, Polyhymnia, Terpsichore, Thalia, Urania. Click link below to learn more about them!
It was quite unclear if the whole band has a religion, but the lead singer Matthew Bellamy has said to be an Atheist but in later interviews there has been signs that he is a Agnostic or a Deist. So it seems he is quite open minded about this matter.
a muse is an inspiration. the reason is that in greek mythology people needed a reason for why sometimes you get inspirations and sometimes you don't, so they said that little sprite-like creatures called muses whispered in your ear to get you inspired. muse is also an awesome rock band with singer …and guitar player Matthew bellamy, bass player chris wolstenholme, and drummer dominick howard. (MORE)
Mat Bellamy is the lead singer for Muse, how can you not know?! SEXIEST MAN ALIVE!!
The Greeks had more than one type of poetry. The muses were: Calliope - Epic Poetry Erato - Love Poetry Euterpe - Elegiac Poetry
The father of the known muses in Greek Mythology was Zeus, offspring of Mmemosyne, goddess of memory.
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There is no such muse. Muses were the goddesses of art and science and had nothing to do with meteorological occurrences such as frost.
To "muse" is to think or concentrate on something in silence. A synonym would be "ponder". If used as a noun, a "muse" can be considered an inspiration.
MUSE are: Mathew Bellamy - vocals, guitar and piano/keys Christopher Wolstenholme - bass and backing vocals Dominic Howard - drums, synths and backing vocals
Matthew Bellamy (lead vocals, guitar, piano), Christopher Wolstenholme (bass guitar, backing vocals, keyboards), and Dominic Howard (drums, percussion, synthesisers).
MUSE is a band that originated in Teignmouth, Devon, England, UK. So... yes they are.
It is believed that the Muses lived on Mount Helicon. They livedfar away from their father Zeus who resided on Mount Olympus.
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You could use the name they went under in their early stages at a competition: Rocket Baby Dolls.
When it was just Matt, Dom and some other people (no Chris) they had three different names which were 'Carnage Mayhem' then 'Youngblood' then 'Gothic Plague'. After they split, Matt and Dom mad a band called 'Rocket Baby Dolls' after a porn film they'd seen. Then they changed it to the currently use…d name 'Muse' Hope this helps :) (MORE)
Me my whole family everybody at their concerts!!!!! I went to one a couple of days ago!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
In Greek mythology, the Muses had the power to inspire artists of various sorts - they each specialized in a different art form.
The muses' symbol is either the book or a writing tablet. Answer 2: No, it is more complicated. Click link below to find a table of emblems.
Matthew James Bellamy (or just Matt Bellamy) is the Singer / Guitarist / Pianist Domonic James Howard (or just Dom Howard) is the drummer Christopher Tony Wolstenolme (or just Chiris Wolstenholme) is the Bassist / Backing singer Hope this helps :)
Muses were patrons of the arts, not athletics. That said, Basketball has only been a sport for the last 122 years, so there wouldn't be a mythological patron for it anyway.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4l8wnKy8y4 It's by a Portuguese band called [ reckless ]. I really like the chord progression in this song. Have a nice day.
They were 9 Muses. [ Maybe you mean the 3 fates (Moirae) Clotho ,Lachesis, Atropos] The muses were :Calliope for epic poetry, Clio for history, Erato for lyric poetry, Euterpe for music, Melpomene for tragedy, Polyhymnia for chorus, Terpsichore for dance, Thalia for comedy and Urania for astrology/a…stronomy. (MORE)
Yes, everybody can have a Muse. A Muse is an inspiration. You could be inspired by anything. So, if you don't have a Muse, your just not inspired by anything. Hope this helped! :) ;) :( ;( :D >:) ;/ `,:0 Hehe!
None is really sure, but Matt Bellamy has said he is an atheist in an interview. The rest oof the band is unknown
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The Roman did not change the names of the Greek Muses, they had their own goddesses associated with them. The Camenae: Carmenta Egeria Antevorte/Antevorta also known as Porrima Postverta or Postvorta (also Prorsa or Prorsa Postverta)
in Greek her name is Terpsichore and in Roman it is the same here is some back round TERPSIKHORE (or 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. . Greek Name. Transliteration. Latin Spelling. Translation. Teryicorh. TerpsikhorÃª. Terpsichore. Delighting in Dance (terpsis, khoros). (MORE)
The Nine Goddesses of Art - the Muses - were, according to ancient Greek mythology, daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne. They ruled the arts and sciences and offered inspiration in those areas. Calliope was the Muse of epic poetry, Clio was the Muse of history, Erato was the Muse of love poetry, Euter…pe was the Muse of music, Melpomene was the Muse of tragedy, Polyhymnia was the Muse of sacred poetry, Terpsichore was the Muse of dance, Thalia was the Muse of comedy, and Urania was the Muse of astronomy.. SO YEA . (MORE)
No, since around 1785 (when they broke up), the (real) Illuminati group has been fictional. Today, it exists only in the imagination of conspiracy theorists.
According to the earliest Greek writers, the Muses were the inspiring goddesses of song, as well the divinities presiding over the arts, poetry and science. With regard to their number, we're told that originally 3 were worshipped on Mount Helicon and their names were Melete (meditation), Mneme (mem…ory) and Aoede (song). (MORE)
No, originally when they first started their band, they were called The Baby Rocket Dolls. But they dicided that they hated the name, so they changed it to Muse.
The Muses didn't name themselves, they were named by the Greeks. In Greek, they were called Mousai. Muse may have meaning in * men- "think": or inspiration, for they were the goddesses of music, song and dance, and the source of inspiration to poets. Muse may also refer to their mother: Mn…ÃªmosynÃª, goddess of memory and remembrance and the inventress of language and words. (MORE)
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It's a website that promotes hip hop, rock, r&b and pop. The site also has news, including music and movie reviews. Just A Muse is influential in launching artists careers and giving maximum exposure internationally. They even throw exclusive parties in the St. Louis and St. Charles area. The compan…y was started by co-creators Jay Muse and Tommy P in 2011. Marrio Grimm, a freelance journalist from HipHopClub.biz, joined Just A Muse shortly after. Justamuse.com has all the new music leaks before anyone else. Hope this helped dude. (MORE)
The Nine Muses were Clio, Thalia, Erato, Euterpe, Polyhymnia, Calliope, Terpsichore, Urania, and Melpomene. Orpheus was one of Clio's sons with Apollo, and Orpheus had amazing musical talent as well. .
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The Muses were inspirational goddesses of literature, science and the arts. Tradition dictated that there were three in number although nine is also thought to be more realistic. Calliope for epic poetry. Clio for history. Euterpe for music, song and lyric poetry. Erato for love poetry. Melpome…ne for tragedy. Polyhymina for hymns. Terpsichore for dance. Thalia for comedy. Urania the muse of astronomy (MORE)