Yes, of course Charlie Parker with Strings makes the list. It’s the wellspring, the album from which all the other “with strings” albums came. It’s also the most famous (and, in Bird’s lifetime, his biggest hit).
The subgenre that it created, though, was bigger even than Parker. Jazz-with-strings was a fecund enough concept to bring in older musicians of previously established styles. It became a ground for experimentation in later styles, even the avant-garde. It even had effects on jazz musicians who never worked with strings. (Consider: Without Charlie Parker with Strings, could there have been a Sketches of Spain?)