Not a huge fan of Led classes generally but for the home practitioner they can be useful occasionally, Manju has an excellent DVD where he bluse call and response approach, he calls out the name of the asana as well as the vinyasa count etc.
|See my review of manju's book, DVD and CD here|
I found Mark Darby's DVD useful, especially in the beginning to avoid injuries and for it's variations/alternatives, David Swenson's short forms, later Sharath's speedy primary in 60 minutes for a time before I decided to slow my practice right down. Richard Freeman's DVD's are always worth going back to , i find something new in them everytime I follow along. John Scott and Lino Miele's DVDs are also inspiring, a reminder that the Advanced series are very much surplus to requirements. Kinos has some nice extras (tutorials) on her videos as does David Garrigues.
Manju includes some chantingat the end of his workshops and Pranidhi has produced a cd that you can hear in full below and on her page (link below), there are also links to translations.
link to music page http://www.pranidhivarshney.com/music/
link to translations http://www.pranidhivarshney.com/mantra-translations/
Pranidhi and Yoga Shala West have produced a Primary series practice sheet, follow the link below which will lead you to a free higdef pdf download.