Lute, harpsichord, and cello are instruments that would likely be played for basso continuo in a Baroque musical piece.
Solo violin can be accompanied by Basso continuo.
Basso Continuo means "continuous bass". It is a form of musical accompaniment introduced during the Baroque period.
All of the following instruments would be likely to play the basso continuo in a Baroque musical piece, except the lute.
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