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Guiseppe Creatore named The Great Creatore, was an Italian bandleader in Italy and the United States. German translation of "creatore" | The official Collins Italian-English dictionary online. mw-headline" id="Referenzen">Réferenzen[edit] Cuigi Federico Creatore (21 December 1921 - 13 December 2015) was an US song author and recording artist. Creore was in 1921 in New York City born[1] As the child of the famous band leader and musician Giuseppe Creatore, he began his writing life. Having served in the United States Army during World War II, he became a novelist in the fifties and then worked with his co-usin Hugo Peretti to create the Hugo & Luigi song writing and recording group.

1957 they purchased Roulette Records, where they both composed for various artist like Valerie Carr and recorded big hit for Jimmie Rodgers, among them "Honeycomb" (Billboard # 1) and "Kisses Sweeter Than Wine" (Billboard # 3), as well as "Oh-Oh, I'm Falling in Love Again" and "Secretly". Creatore and Peretti two years later entered into a contract with RCA Victor to produce popular singers and NBC TV star Perry Como.

They have also recorded several other RCA Victor recorders, such as Sam Cooke and Ray Peterson, and composed texts in British for the Lion Sleeps Tonight (with the initial mass of the Solomon Linda song) and created the hitsingle for The Tokens. Both Peretti and Creatore also composed the Presley movie "Wild in the Country".

In 1964 he and Peretti abandoned RCA Victor to write a joint Musical with Weiss about the American Civil War. Creatore and Peretti held part of Avco Records in the 1970' s and then founded H&L Records, which they ran until retirement at the end of the century.

Doctor Creatore.

Study of quanta phenomena for application related to synthetic photo synthesis. Heatodynamics of Quanten-Wärmekraftwerke. Heating motors transform warmth (thermal energy) into mechanic power, which is used for mechanic work. Since the beginning of the millennium the research into heating machines has been intensive with the goal of improving their effectiveness.

A QHE was first designed in the 1960' by Scovil and Dubois, who demonstrated the equivalent between the classic Carnot motor and a three-stage quanta system (maser) linked to two heat springs. It took more than fifty years, however, to realize that QHE's new and fascinating thermo-dynamic properties could have prospective uses that range from optical quanta to the generation of photovoltaic power.

I am particularly working on thermo-dynamic implementation to develop a new category of photovoltaic cell powered systems (e.g. photovoltaic cells). In fact, a photoelectric cell can be described as a thermo-dynamic motor in which a "hot" spa representing the sun's rays is (partially) transformed into useful work by the manufacture of high-energy electron beams used to generate electricity.

One of the intriguing directions I am currently investigating relates to the benefits of the QHE frameworks and is based on the nano-scale architectures of biosynthetic photo-synthetic compounds that act as high-efficiency thermal power plants under certain circumstances.

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