Play along with professional lutenists, singers and musicians.
The assumption is you have a lute in G, with A=440.
Lynda Sayce has recorded some video backing tracks of popular lute duet parts. The idea is that you can play along with the video to make your very own lute duet with a professional player.
You can play either Lute 1 or Lute 2 with these duets. You can slow down (or speed up!) the tempo using the settings button (a little cog icon at the bottom right hand corner of the screen in Youtube).
Drewries Accordes (easy)
See also Beginners' lesson - 41 which covers this.
La Rossignol (easy)
Packington's Galliard (somewhat more challenging)
Galliard after Laveche (even more challenging)
Emma Kirkby and Dowland Words have recorded some wonderful Golden Age songs. All they need is you to provide the lute part.
All ye who love and fortune
Break now my heart
Go crystal tears
If thou longst
Maids are simple
Shall I come
O sweet delight