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  1. Horace Parlan (January 19, 1931 – February 23, 2017) was an American pianist and composer known for working in the hard bop and post-bop styles of jazz. In addition to his work as a bandleader Parlan was known for his contributions to the Charles Mingus recordings Mingus Ah Um and Blues & Roots.

  2. Horace Parlan (Pittsburgh, Estados Unidos; 19 de enero de 1931-Korsør, Dinamarca; 23 de febrero de 2017) [1] fue un pianista estadounidense de jazz encuadrado en el estilo hard bop.

  3. 1 de mar. de 2017 · Horace Parlan, an acclaimed jazz pianist whose style was unlike anyone else’s, largely because he had to compensate for a partly disabled hand, died on Feb. 23 in Korsor, Denmark. He was 86.

  4. Horace Parlan overcame physical disability and thrived as a pianist despite it. His right hand was partially disabled by polio in his childhood, but Parlan made frenetic, highly rhythmic right hand phrases part of his characteristic style, contrasting them with striking left-hand chords.

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  5. 7 de feb. de 2015 · Horace Parlan Trio - I'll Close My Eyes Kojo No Tsuki / Recorded Focus Recording Studio, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 17 & 18, 1998 Horace Parlan (p) Jasper Lundgard (b) Ed Thigpen (ds) mogu...

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  6. 9 de jun. de 2016 · Horace Parlan is probably best known as the pianist on Dexter Gordon's 1961 Blue Note album Doin' Allright. It's hard to imagine anyone but Parlan playing on that record, adding dramatic zest to songs like Doing All Right, For Regulars Only and Society Red.

  7. Horace Parlan fue un pianista estadounidense de jazz encuadrado en el estilo hard bop.