What are some good Classical Latin audio courses?

Are there any good audio courses for Latin based on the (reconstructed) classical pronunciation? I searched google and found this one (https://sites.google.com/view/latinum), but couldn't find any reviews. Has anyone here tried it? Or have anything better?
I really like the Pimsleur language courses (except for the price) so something similar to that would be great. But most important for me is for it to have good, natural sounding pronunciation.
I am sorry if a similar post has already been made. I would have thought this would be widely searched topic, but the only results I found had nothing but dead links.
 

Callaina

Feles Curiosissima
Are there any good audio courses for Latin based on the (reconstructed) classical pronunciation? I searched google and found this one (https://sites.google.com/view/latinum), but couldn't find any reviews. Has anyone here tried it? Or have anything better?
I really like the Pimsleur language courses (except for the price) so something similar to that would be great. But most important for me is for it to have good, natural sounding pronunciation.
I am sorry if a similar post has already been made. I would have thought this would be widely searched topic, but the only results I found had nothing but dead links.
I used this one, and found it (for the most part) extremely good, particularly the audio/video component. The teacher uses the Classical pronunciation.

http://www.thegreatcourses.com/courses/latin-101-learning-a-classical-language.html

Note that it is not exclusively an audio/video course; there is a workbook with exercises which you are expected to complete (and an answer key to check them).
 

metrodorus

Civis Illustris
Are there any good audio courses for Latin based on the (reconstructed) classical pronunciation? I searched google and found this one (https://sites.google.com/view/latinum), but couldn't find any reviews.


You can find the reviews here:
https://sites.google.com/site/janualinguae/testimonials

I have collated and added them to the new Google Sites page as well - people leave reviews for my things scattered in various places online - on my blogs, on YouTube and elsewhere, and sometimes by personal email.

My pronunciation has been extensively peer reviewed for over 10 years now; you can hear me reading in Latin on my YouTube channel evan1965

Cheers,

Molendinarius
 

Rudis

Member
YouTube channel "Latin for beginners." Is what I found.


Check it out. I'd like to know what you all think.
 
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