b. 22 November 1904, Cuthbert, Georgia, USA, d. 29 August 1988, Denver, Colorado, USA. After learning music officially, Henderson led a university music group in semi-professional engagements which ultimately became a full-time profession. The music group met with adjustable success and every once in awhile Henderson quit and performed piano in additional bands, occasionally handing on the leadership. One of the beneficiaries of his changing fortunes had been Don Redman and Benny Carter. In 1933 he became a member of the music group led by his elder sibling, Fletcher Henderson, for whom he had written many preparations, although credit occasionally proceeded to go astray through misunderstandings over titles. He also had written extensively for additional big bands from the golf swing period. In the past due 30s Henderson was once again active like a music group innovator and resumed once again after military services in World Battle II. He spent a while as accompanist to Lena Horne, and in the 50s continuing to lead a large music group, avoiding the decrease running a business by employed in theatrical displays and casinos. Undoubtedly overshadowed by his sibling, Horace Henderson was a highly effective, if much less innovative, arranger and an improved pianist than Fletcher. He continuing to business lead a music group, mainly in Colorado, through the entire 60s and in to the 70s.