Bedyngham (Bedingham) (?Bodenham), John (Johannes) ?1422-3.may.1459/22.may.1460 England, ?Oxford - London, ?Westminster

[listed in Eitner as Benigni and clarified in Grove 2002]
[in some sources named Bedingham Langensteiss: Eitner says 'Langinstiess' is a nickname for John Bedyngham]

Title Parts


Credo from the mass Dueil angoisseux. Voices and instruments
ms 88 Trent Castello del Buon Consiglio
Ferrara Ensemble / Crawford Young. Kathleen Dineen, Annemieke Cantor, Eric Mentzel, Stephen Grant, Randall Cook viola d'arco, Karl Heinz Schickhaus dolce melos, Marie Nishiyama harp

O rosa bella. 3vv
also ascribed to Bedingham Langensteiss
also attributed to John Dunstaple
an arrangement with 3 additional voices is also ascribed to Bedingham Langensteiss and also attributed to John Dunstaple
Ensemble De Caelis / Laurence Brisset

Myn hertis lust. Instrumental. Harp and lute
Christopher Page, Christopher Wilson. Hyperion 66194 / Hyperion 55274

[] Mass settings Gloria and Credo
ms 90 Museo Provinciale d'Arte, Castello del Buonconsiglio, Trent Italy. c1460
also ascribed to Bedingham Langensteiss

[] Mass Deuil angoisseaux
also ascribed to Bedingham Langensteiss

[] 2 French canzonas
ascribed to Bedingham Langensteiss

[] (title unknown). Choral piece
composed by Benigni
ms in Trient Dom Archives Codex 90, now in the Hofbibliothek Vienna
[as listed in Eitner]

[] Se belle anglicum. 3vv
composer name Benigni should read as Benigun
attributed to Johannes Bedyngham
Trent Codices 90 and 93
[as clarified in Grove 2002]

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