BEETHOVEN MUSIC HARMONY IN DESIGN WEAVING FABRIC BETWEEN HARNESS AND MATRIX DRAFTING THEORIES

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BEETHOVEN MUSIC HARMONY IN DESIGN WEAVING FABRIC BETWEEN

HARNESS AND MATRIX DRAFTING THEORIES

Prof.Dr. ELSAYED AHMED ELNASHAR, Ph.D.

Full-Professor of Textiles &Apparel, Faculty of Specific Education, Kaferelsheikh University, Egypt. Kaferelsheikh University, El-Geish Street, 33516 Kaferelsheikh City, Egypt,

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ISSUE 1 JANUARY - FEBRUARY ISSN:2581-7876 Abstract – Fabrics constructing designing as harmony in design woven fabric of harness and matrix drafting theory a weaving drawdown is a rectangular quire with at least one black and one white square in each row and column. A pattern results from vertical and horizontal translations of the defining matrix drafting. For apply a variety of matrix drafting geometric and computational tools to improve our understanding of the harness and matrix drafting theory pattern. Although the pattern must have been known for centuries, it was made famous mostly by Beethoven by his symphony no.5 and is still frequently used in many variations. It is a non-exhaustible source of inspiration for fashion designers, any such grid defines a matrix drafting pattern.However, from a woven point of view, some of these matrix drafting define actual fabrics while others correspond to collections of threads that fall apart. the article conclusions at issue, along with a discussion of design weaving fabric representations of fabric structures throw harness and matrix drafting theories , also catalogs all woven patterns defined by matrix drafting having drafting theories columns and four to eight distinct rows, and groups these patterns into design of Beethoven music harmony based on woven symmetries.

Keywords: Beethoven Music, Harmony, Woven,Harness,Drafting, Fabric Design. 1. Introduction:

Beethoven is widely considered to be one of the most influential composers of all time, His compositions denote a crucial turning point in the history of western music, and his influence can be discussed in numerous ways musically, technically, theoretically relationships with other sciences and even philosophically.[3], Construction style of Beethoven musical: many factors contributed to the formation of Beethoven's own musical style,especially the common musical language shared by all composers during his early years.That language is known as the great Viennese Classical style, first experienced in theworks of composers such the emergence of the Classical style This period was clearly marked by a conscious reactionagainst the excesses and complexity of the Baroque style, seeking for a simpler and moredirectly appealing one theoretically relationships with other sciences as textiles design. That simplicity can be seen in all aspects of music, includingform designing of repetition matrix drafting, tonality, harmony, melody and thematic development, as well as in the treatment ofinstruments [3].

1.1.Fabrics Construction of Drafting Repetition[24]

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Drafting patterns are simply a repetition of during the width of the fabric on the loommore than one design element working in concertharmony in design woven fabric of matrix drafting pattern with each other. Designwoven pattern is one here every element within a design combines to form a whole. The elements of circles, spirals, cones, pineapples, Design drafting rhythm: Fabrics constructing designing of drafting pattern when you repeat elements, the intervals between those repetitions can create a sense of rhythm in the viewer and a sense of movement. Harmony in design woven fabric as musicians create rhythm in the spacing between notes, effectively making these “silent” gaps play off the notes. Designers insert spacing between elements to make rhythm. There are, broadly speaking, five types of visual rhythm including drafting pattern. [18, 20,23,24].Design random rhythm: fabrics constructing designing of draftingpattern repeating elements with no specific regular interval creates random rhythms. The spacing could be a millimeter here, a centimeter there, while harmony in design woven thefabric the elements could be all over the place. Think of falling snow, pebbles on a beach, traffic movements: they are all examples of random rhythms in action. It’s also worth noting that drafting pattern a rhythm may appear random, if you examine a small section of the rhythm. However, fabrics constructing designing is step back and examine a larger section; it may be that there is a regular but complex drafting pattern rhythm applied to the design. Remember that you have positive and negative images, harmony in design woven fabric which you can use so that both drafting pattern the elements and the spaces between them make your design hard to predictby using a larger drafting pattern series of elements, you’ll have virtually limitless possibilities to play with. The artist made particularly interesting use of random rhythm of drafting pattern.Regular rhythm: Like the beating of a heart, the regular rhythm follows the same intervals over and over again. You can easily make a regular rhythm just by creating a grid or a series of vertical lines. The user’s eye will instantly recognize a regular rhythm, scanning it for any irregularities in the process. Remember, the eye “likes” to be drawn to outstanding elements. Therefore, there is a risk that when harmony in design woven fabricusing a regular rhythm in a design that it can become monotonous.Alternating rhythm: fabrics constructing designing of drafting pattern that can repeat more than one element in a design. In an alternating design, drafting pattern use a 1-2-1-2-1-2 pattern as in plain weave 1/1. Think of the black and white squares on a chessboard: that’s an alternating rhythm in play. An alternating rhythm is, in fact, a regular rhythm with more complexity. It could be as straightforward as our chessboard, or we could envision something more intricate. Some fantastic alternating rhythms include rows of harmony in design woven fabricthat each identical following anotherthroughanimate systems of the harness. Below, the sequence is repeated; however, the negative space between the rows shows harmony in design woven fabricof the other color swimming the other way, the fine lines of their fins and tails interlocking with those of the first pattern of drafting and animate systems ofthe harness are incorporating three colors facing away from each other, tail to tail. As simple or complex as we want to make an alternating rhythm, it can be an easy way to break up the monotony of a regular rhythm. [17].Design flowing rhythm: drafting pattern rhythm shows the repeated elements design following bends, curves, and undulations. In nature, you can see this in the waves on a beach or sand dunes,as designers of textiles; harmony in design woven fabric can mimic nature by making wonderful patterns of elements with flowing rhythm. Harmony in design woven fabric by drafting and animate systems of the harnesscan show clumps of seaweed underwater, their strands gently facing in a series of directions. The user imagines them washing against each other.Design progressive rhythm: drafting and animate systems of the harnesscan make a progressive rhythm simply by changing one characteristic of a motif as we repeat it. Drafting pattern could draw a series of circles, one above the other, making each lower one larger [5]. Drafting and animate systems of the harnesscan make a progressive rhythm change subtly or dramatically. Harmony in design woven fabric could add shade to the smaller circles progressively so that the smallest one at the top is dark, the middle one in partial shade, and the biggest one only slightly shaded. Progressive rhythms surround us. Harmony in design woven fabric of frame-by-frame, drafting pattern would have a progressive rhythm. [17,24,25].

1.3.Designharmony in drafting with repetition.[24, 25]

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into a range of dramatic expression in which the strongest possible contrasts occur in unexpected immediacy - movement to movement, section to section, and idea to idea. Breaks in texture, breaks in continuity, powerful motoric rhythms that suddenly stop – these erupt before the listener's ear with a violence that had never been heard in symphonic writing up to this time. No wonder the critics found it bizarre - it was too much for traditional ears accustomed to gentler, more gradual contrasts. Harmony in design woven fabric thissymphony signaled that from now on in Beethoven's orchestral works power andlyricism in extreme forms were to be unleashed as never before, that the starkdramatization of musical ideas was to be fundamental to the discourse, and thatcontemporaries, ready or not, would have to reshape their expectations to keep upwith him.[3]Harmony in design woven fabric by harness and matrix drafting in woven is a process of creating a fabric by interlacing a set of yarn strands called the weft with another set of strands called the warp. The lengths of yarn called warp ends are tied in parallel and held under tension on the woven device or loom at each step in the woven process [5], the weaver separates warp ends into two layers, upper and lower, passes a weft strand through the resulting opening by harness and matrix drafting, then moves or beats that weft strand so that it lies against previously woven weft yarns, perpendicular to the warp. Lifting another subset of warp ends, the weaver repeats the process until the fabric is completed.Harmony in design woven fabric with a harness and matrix drafting mechanism aids the woven process. [6]If a warp thread is attached to a harness, the thread rises and falls with that harness. Harmony in design woven fabric he simplest such loom has many harness and matrix drafting, succinct to create the fabric structure called plain weave or tabby. With even-numbered warp ends passed through one harness and matrix drafting and animate systems of the harness and odd numbered through the other, the weaver lifts the harness and matrix drafting alternately to produceharmony in design woven fabric of harness and matrix drafting and animate systems of the harness, although two of each would be succinct to define the plain weave structure as following textile industry practice, warp ends are shown here in black and weft in white [13, 18, 20,24,25].

Objectives:

1- These articles are inspired by beautiful patterns developed over centuries by throw harness and matrix drafting and animatesystems of the harnessof wovenfabrics.

2- We describe each of the two patterns in this figure as a color array defined by the product of two integer sequences of harness and matrix drafting and an appropriate coloring scheme from coloring the product of the sequence s with itself.

3- There is a simple relationship between Beethoven music harmony in design woven fabric between harness and matrix drafting theory.

2. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

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defines the fabric interlacement structure a black square in this grid indicates that a warp end is lifted and therefore passes over the weft yarn, while a white square indicates weft passing over warp [13, 4.24.25]

2.1Methods:

Design harmony matrix drafting by using complex drafting demo version, WeavePoint is software for advanced woven design an efficient tool for creating, editing and analyzing textile patterns and color ways and keeping a pattern archive. WeavePoint lets you quickly produce patterns and color ways for all the main loom systems s, from tie-up and table looms to dobby and industrial shaft looms, and is a very efficient tool for trying out new ideas and techniques in a systematic way. WeavePoint is made to fill the requirements of the experienced designer. But also, if you are learning or teaching, this program can be very useful since so many design principles are built into the program to design drafting and animate systems of the harness for a draw loom. [22].Harness and matrix drafting of fabrics woven in using the structure were found in Egypt in the 3rd century that continued to be popular into the middle ages to create beautiful textiles in diverse cultures.

2.2. Harness and Matrix Drafting of Woven[24.25]:

Fabrics constructing designing in the harness and matrix drafting and animate systems of the harness the woven of the Egyptian design school aimed to raisewoven, previously seen as a craft, to a fine art, and also to investigate the industrial requirements of modern woven and fabrics. Under the direction of Egyptian universities, the workshop experimented with unorthodox materials,including cellophane, fiberglass, and metal. From expressionist tapestries to the development of soundproofing and light-reflective fabric, harness and matrix drafting and animate systems of the harness the workshop’s innovative approach instigated a modernist theory of woven. The seminal 20th-century on woven other notables from the Egyptian woven includes harness and matrix drafting. [4,24,25]

2.3. Systems of Drafting and Animate Systems of the Harness [4,24,25]

Drafting and animate systems of the harness in woven means the number of heald shafts used to produce a given design and the order is which warp ends are threaded through the heald eyes of the heald shaft. The principle of drafting is that ends which work in different order require separate heald shafts. The various Drafting and animate systems of the harness are classified as follows:

1- Straight 2- Skip 3- Satin 4- Pointed 5-Broken 6-Divided 7- Curved 8- Grouped 9-Combined 10- Straight

This drafting and animate systems of the harness are the simplest types of drafting and animate systems of the harness where individual warp yarn in a repeat is place in individual heald frame. Number of helad shaft is equal to the number of warp yarn in the repeat. Lifting plan is the same as design. Used in twill and satin design. [4, 11, 12].

2.4. Skip DraftTheory:

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These drafting and animate systems ofharness are employed for the production of stripe and check designs, in which the stripes have different weaves or their combinations. This draft is used for producing the fabric with two different stripes. The repeat of the draft is determined by the number of stripes and the number of threads in each stripe. The number of shafts in the draft depends upon the number of stripes and the warp repeat of the weave of each stripe. [4, 11, 12].

3. RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS:

Weaver's drafting and animate systems ofharness of four-harness fabric structures with the same harnessthreading defined by sequence followingdraft, the weaver lifts harnessesat a time. In draft the lift plan calls for one harness to be lifted at a time.In this symphony Beethoven had Buonaparte in mind, but as he was when he wasfirst consul. Beethoven esteemed him greatly at the time and likened him to thegreatest Roman consults. I as well as several of his more intimate friends saw acopy of the score lying upon his table with the word "Buonaparte" at the extremetop of the title page, and at the extreme bottom "Luigi van Beethoven," but notanother word. Whether and with what the space between was to be filled out, It was the first to bring him the intelligence that Buonaparte hadproclaimed himself emperor, whereupon he flew into a rage and cried out, will trampleon all the rights of man and indulge only his ambition. He will exalt himselfabove all others, become a tyrant. Beethoven went to the table, took hold of thetitle page by the top, tore it in two, and threw it on the floor. [3,19].

Figure 1: illustrates part of Beethoven's fifth symphony [3, 16]the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure2(a,b).

The relationship commonly exploited throw harness and matrix drafting and animate systems of harnessby weavers in designing textiles. of the integers 1 through 4 that reverses their order, mapping (1; 2; 3; 4;) onto (4; 3; 2; 1). Then is the sequence that results from replacing each integer with woven frequently use this technique of order reversal to create beauty and interest within a single woven.

Figure 2(a left,b right): illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in figure1.

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Figure 3: illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16]the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in figure 2 (b right).

The relationship commonly exploited throw harness and matrix drafting and animate systems of harnessby weavers in designing textiles of the integers 1 through 4 that reverses their order, mapping (1; 2; 3; 4) onto (4; 3; 2; 1). Thenthere is sequence that results from replacing each integer with woven frequently use this technique of order reversal to create beauty and interest within a single wovenOne very curious instrumental passage occurs at the outset, revealing to whateffect the various timbres contribute in opposition. It is the flat taken up by theviolins; repeated by the flutes and oboes as an echo, although this repercussiontakes place on the same note of the scale, at the same movement, and with equalforce, such a great difference results from this dialog that the distinguishingnuance of the instruments might be compared to that nuance between blue andviolet such refinements of tone were entirely unknown before Beethoven; weowe them to him alone. [1,3].

3.1.Divided Draft Theory [4, 24, 25]:

Overshot is a block Weave, not a unit weave in this draft the heald shafts are divided into two or more groups. For every groups suitable draft is selected in pile weave two or more sets of warp thread are used, so they require this type of drafting and animate systems of harnessas the ground of warp thread of warp pile fabric are passed through the front heald shafts and pile warp thread are passed through the back heald shafts, The draft is employed for derived weaves, double warp weaves, two ply weaves, pile weaves etc.Overshot is a block weave but not a unit weaves. In unit weaves, threading and treadling units of the same block can be threaded or woven successively as many times as desired. The entire interlacement of the unit weave, summer and winter, for example, takes place inside each unit, each group of four threads (1-3-2-3 for Block a, 1-4-2-4 for Block b, also with unit weaves, any block can produce pattern or background with any other block.In overshot, however, the number of times the threading for block ain figure: 1(a, b) can be repeated is limited by the practical length of a pattern-weft float [7].This is because the pattern weft does not interlace at all within the group of threads in block a to make pattern, but floats completely over it , also, in overshot, usually only one block produces pattern at the same time, limiting design possibilities.When overshot blocks produce pattern in the same order as they are threaded, the treadling is calledas drawn instar fashion at the upper draft. Another common treadling method is shape fashion of the lower draft shapefashion treadling also follows the threading order, except blocks are exchanged in the treadling: where Block a is threaded b is woven, where the threaded is woven, and vice versa.The exchanged block is woven as tall as the width of the original threaded block. Compare these two drafts.

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Figure 5(a: at left and b: at right): illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure4.

Relationship commonly exploited throw harness and matrix drafting and animate systems of harnessby weavers in designing textiles, of the integers 1 through 4 that reverses their order, mapping (1; 2; 3; 4) onto (4; 3; 2; 1). Thenthere are sequence that results from replacing each integer withwoven s frequently use this technique of order reversal to create beauty and interest within a single woven.

3.2.Straight Draft Theory [4,24,25]:

This draft is the simplest types of drafting and animate systems of harnessand from basis of many others drafts. There each successive thread is drowning on each successive shaft; the first thread is drowning through the first heald shaft and the second through the second heald shafts and so on. So the no. of heald shafts equals the no. of warp threads in a repeat, Halftones appear in 4-shaft overshot because blocks share shafts. If the samefour blocks are threaded on four shafts, it is possible to weave an overshotcloth without halftones. Compare the two drafting and animate systems of harness, notice that if you circle the blocks on four shafts, the circles will not overlap. Therewill therefore be one more thread in each block on four shafts than on four that if there are no halftones, the back of the cloth will show very long floats.The warp-up warp-down effects can be simulated by a digital computer program[8][25],our first programsmimicked the behavior of the loom, describing the construction of weft threads, going from left to right ,thisworks in Figure6) but is impractical as the algorithm must be reworked for other patterns. Next we madetable-driven programs.

Figure 6: illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms

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There is something very specificabout the well-known Pied-de-poule, herringbone or checkerboard patterns. The warp and weft arrays are in the following figure7.

Figure 7:illustrates part of Beethoven's fifth symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure 8 (a, b).

Figure 8 (a,b): illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in figures 6,7.

3.3.Curved Draft Theory [4,24,25]:

This draft is applied fancy weave having large warp repeat with a view to reduce the number of heald shafts. There are irregular and actually cannot be classified. In word it may be regarded as a type of pointed draft .But where number fixed pick point will occur to produce decorated weave with large repeat unit. [4, 25] Figure 9 illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms.

Figure 9: illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure11(a at left):

Figure 10: illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure11 (b at right):

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of the most characteristicsubjects of the Romantic Period: the "sublime." Hoffmann, in his famous 1810review of Beethoven's fifth, places the sublime as of crucial importance. Following thesame idea, Mark evenbonds music as thought "the essentialqualities of the sublime were vastness of scope, unpredictability, and a capacity tooverwhelm the senses, the thunder is very simply and efficiently represented by the entry of the drums,which are used in this symphony for no other purpose, but they are only a part of it; they give, not the roll and the clap ofthunder, but a peculiar shuffling sound that pervades the air during athunderstorm, and is not accounted for by the rain. [3, 21,25]

Figure 11(a at left, b at right): illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure

The relationship commonly exploited throw harness and matrix drafting and animate systems of harnessby weavers in designing textiles, of the integers 1 through 4 that reverses their order, mapping (1; 2; 3; 4) onto (4; 3; 2; 1). Thenthere are sequence that results from replacing each integer withwoven s frequently use this technique of order reversal to create beauty and interest within a single woven

3.4.Grouped Draft Theory [4.24.25]:

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Figure 12 illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure13 (a at left, b at right).

Figure 13(a at left, b at right): illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure

The Relationship commonly exploited throw harness and matrix drafting and animate systems of harnessby weavers in designing textiles. of the integers 1 through 4 that reverses their order, mapping (1; 2; 3; 4) onto of the integers 1 through 8 that reverses their order, mapping (1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8) onto (8; 7; 6; 5; 4; 3; 2; 1). Thenthere are sequence that results from replacing each integer with woven s frequently use this technique of order reversal to create beauty and interest within a single woven

3.5.Broken draftTheory[24,25]:

This drafts may be considered as modified pointed drafting and animate systems of harness, It is also a combination straight drafts of different direction of construction .In broken draft a break in continuation occurs where the warp thread revers its direction. This direction is reversed not on the last on first shaft as in pointed draft. Figure 15(b at right) illustrates the broken draft is applied for producing herring bone ,twill , diaper designs, this draft is applied for producing herringbone twills, diaper design and etc. [4], according part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony in Figure 14.[25]

3.6. Pointed draftTheory:

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Figure 14: illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure

Figure 15(a at left, b at right): illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms

The relationship commonly exploited throw harness and matrix drafting and animate systems of harnessby weavers in designing textiles. of the integers 1 through 8 that reverses their order, mapping (1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8;9;10;11;12)in figure 15(a at left), onto (4; 3; 2; 1) in figure 15( b at right). Thenthere are sequences that results from replacing each integer with woven s frequently use this technique of order reversal to create beauty and interest within a single woven, It is no disobedience to laws that makes the minor symphony so great andunusual no irregularity or improvisation; it is obedience to law, it is the strikingand original nature of the thoughts, the direct manner in which they are expressed,and the extraordinary energy with which they are enforced and reinforced, anddriven into the hearer, hot from the mind of the author, with an incandescencewhich is still as bright and as scorching as the day they were forged on his anvil -it is these things that make the minor Symphony what it is and always will be. Itis impossible to believe that it will ever grow old. [3, 9] .

Figure 16: illustrates part of Beethoven's fifth symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure 18(a at left).

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Figure 17 illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure18 (b at right).

Figure 18(a at left, b at right): illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms

3.6.Combined Draft theory [4,24,25]:

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Figure 19 (a above, b): illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] The rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure20.

Figure 20: illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in figure 19.

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To product animated images and cartoon formsthrow harness and matrix drafting and animate systems of harnessone might believe that from such elements only something fragmented and incomprehensible could result.Matrix draftingtheories to produce and design Animation is a method in which pictures are manipulated to appear as textiles design and moving images. In traditional animation, images are drawn or painted by Matrix draftingtheories of computer-generated imagery . That can be very detailed 3D animation, while 2D computer animation can be used for Matrix draftingtheories stylistic reasons, low bandwidth or faster real-time renderings. Other common animation methods apply a stop motion technique to two and three-dimensional objects as the following figures.

Figure 21: illustrates Image of the womanAgricultureEgyptianthrew the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms by using Matrix draftingtheories.

Figure 22: illustrates Image of the womanand menthrew the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythmsby using Matrix draftingtheories.

Figure 23: illustrates Image of the trees threwthe rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythmsby using Matrix draftingtheories,

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Fabrics constructing designing according Beethoven music harmony in design woven fabric between harness and matrix drafting and animate systems of harnesstheories, It is not in any innovation on form or on precedent of arrangement that thegreatness of throw harness and matrix drafting and animate systems of harness and the fifthsymphony consists, but in the originality, vivacity,power, and beauty of the thoughts, and their treatment, and in a certain newromantic character of sudden and unexpected transition which pervades it in textiles design, andwhich would as fairly entitle it to be called the Romantic Symphony as itscompanions are to be called the 'Heroic' and the 'Pastoral,' if only Beethoven hadso indicated it which he has not, to produce new fabrics fancy composition and formation benefit the designer fabrics and fashion in trends of modern fashion,

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Figure 1:  illustrates part of Beethoven's fifth symphony [3, 16]the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure2(a,b)

Figure 1:

illustrates part of Beethoven's fifth symphony [3, 16]the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure2(a,b) p.5
Figure 2(a left,b right): illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in figure1

Figure 2(a

left,b right): illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in figure1 p.5
Figure 3:  illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16]the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely  associated with the musical rhythms as shown in figure 2 (b right).

Figure 3:

illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16]the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in figure 2 (b right). p.6
Figure 4: illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure5 (a: at left and b: at right)

Figure 4:

illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure5 (a: at left and b: at right) p.6
Figure 5(a: at left and b: at right): illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure4

Figure 5(a:

at left and b: at right): illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure4 p.7
Figure 6:  illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms

Figure 6:

illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms p.7
Figure 10: illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure11 (b at right):

Figure 10:

illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure11 (b at right): p.8
Figure 7:illustrates part of Beethoven's fifth symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure 8 (a, b)

Figure 7:illustrates

part of Beethoven's fifth symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure 8 (a, b) p.8
Figure 8 (a,b): illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in figures 6,7

Figure 8

(a,b): illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in figures 6,7 p.8
Figure 9: illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure11(a at left):

Figure 9:

illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure11(a at left): p.8
Figure 11(a at left, b at right):  illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure

Figure 11(a

at left, b at right): illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure p.9
Figure 13(a at left, b at right): illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure

Figure 13(a

at left, b at right): illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure p.10
Figure 12 illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure13 (a at left, b at right)

Figure 12

illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure13 (a at left, b at right) p.10
Figure 15(a at left, b at right): illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms

Figure 15(a

at left, b at right): illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms p.11
Figure 16:  illustrates part of Beethoven's fifth symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are  closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure 18(a at left)

Figure 16:

illustrates part of Beethoven's fifth symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure 18(a at left) p.11
Figure 14: illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure

Figure 14:

illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure p.11
Figure 17 illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are  closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure18 (b at right)

Figure 17

illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure18 (b at right) p.12
Figure 18(a at left, b at right):  illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms 3.6

Figure 18(a

at left, b at right): illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms 3.6 p.12
Figure 19 (a above, b): illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] The rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure20

Figure 19

(a above, b): illustrates part of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony [3, 16] The rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in the following figure20 p.13
Figure 20: illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in figure 19

Figure 20:

illustrates the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms as shown in figure 19 p.13
Figure 24: illustrates Image of the baby threwthe rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with  the musical rhythmsby using Matrix draftingtheories

Figure 24:

illustrates Image of the baby threwthe rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythmsby using Matrix draftingtheories p.14
Figure 21: illustrates Image of the womanAgricultureEgyptianthrew the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms by using Matrix draftingtheories

Figure 21:

illustrates Image of the womanAgricultureEgyptianthrew the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythms by using Matrix draftingtheories p.14
Figure 23: illustrates Image of the trees threwthe rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythmsby using Matrix draftingtheories,

Figure 23:

illustrates Image of the trees threwthe rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythmsby using Matrix draftingtheories, p.14
Figure 22: illustrates Image of the womanand menthrew the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely  associated with the musical rhythmsby using Matrix draftingtheories

Figure 22:

illustrates Image of the womanand menthrew the rhythmic movements of four thyroids are closely associated with the musical rhythmsby using Matrix draftingtheories p.14
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