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Named for the Baroque art of accompaniment, the DiscContinuo CDs offer hours of ensemble playing. The three volumes include music from a variety of early composers: Purcell, Telemann, Marais, Lully, Corelli, Bach,
Frescobaldi, and Dowland to mention only a few. You can play along on
recorder, violin, flute, oboe or any treble instrument (even bass instruments reading down a few octaves!)

Each 60-minute CD comes with a book containing the sheet music for the solo
lines, historical notes on the composers and pieces, and specific performance comments provided by stylistic specialists for strings and winds. Each includes a progressive study guide for those who want to start with the easiest movement and proceed to the most difficult.

So, if you want to play great chamber music with some of the best baroque
musicians, try the DiscContinuo!

Raves and reviews from our satisfied customers
"It's excellent! It's terrific!"

"It is wonderful to have the group sound in my living room! I like the
delightful comments on each piece, too."

"...I stayed up mainly to play through a WONDERFUL CD...Best of all they pick the most EXCELLENT music and I was just thrilled. So, I figured if I was short of sleep I'd release some endorphins first before going to bed....I have never, never enjoyed 'practicing' so much. And my goodness, you really
have to pay attention to time -- no cues from other people!"

Call 1-510-601-9631 and order yours today. You'll be glad you did!

Price: $34.95 each plus shipping and handling.

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The Pre*DiscContinuo - Early Intermediate
The DiscContinuo
- Intermediate
The DiscContinuo II
- Advanced Intermediate

The Performers
Phebe Craig, harpsichord
Frances Blaker, recorders
Michael Sand, violin & viola da gamba
Susan Rode Morris, soprano
Barbara Blaker, cello
Letitia Berlin, recorders
Louise Carslake, baroque flute & recorders
Still more raves and reviews!
"The introduction offers the caveat, 'We, the accompanists, have had to imagine an interpretation, and you, the soloist, are obliged to fit into it.' Taking this into consideration, I think that Craig and Westine have provided the perfect solution to a frustrating problem."
Meg Eldridge, Strings Magazine

"...The DiscContinuo series is the most daring in the use of tempo fluctuations--rubato, accelerando...the soloist is forced to become an intense listener...(it) is also the most daring in the choice of literature, including selections which have dramatic tempo and mood changes."From an article in the American Recorder Magazine, in which Susan Groskreutz compares all available play along CDs for recorderists (Sept.2001)