calliope (n.) Look up calliope at Dictionary.com
1858, "steam-whistle keyboard organ," named for Calliope, ninth and chief muse, presiding over eloquence and epic poetry, Latinized from Greek Kalliope, literally "beautiful-voiced," from kalli-, combining form of kallos "beauty" (see Callisto) + opos (genitive of *ops) "voice," from PIE root *wekw- "to speak."