In Greek mythology, Terpsichore was the Muse of dance. Terpsichore was depicted with a laurel wreath holding a harp and dancing happily, with her feet barely touching the ground. Her symbol was the lyre, the flute and the triangle. She is often depicted sitting and holding a lyre. In some places she is referred as the mother of the Sirens.
Her name comes from the verb of delight-terpo (I rejoice) and the noun dance-choros.
In the suite Terpsichore, the main colors are gray and yellow in a perfect combination with curves that indicate movement and harmony. Yellow is the color of the sun. It produces a warm effect with the hidden lighting and offers a sense of musical energy.