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Felix Benda (25 February 1708 – 1768) was a Bohemian composer and organist. He was not a member of the Benda musical family.
Benda was born in Skalsko. He was a student of Bohuslav Matěj Černohorský. In 1726 he became an organist at the Michaelskirche in Prague (succeeding Šimon Brixi). His works, not published during his lifetime, demonstrate his profound knowledge in counterpoint. They include a requiem mass organ masses, two oratorios, and other church music
Benda's students included Josef Mysliveček and Josef Seger.
He died in Prague.