A year after the Victoria & Albert Museum controversially closed its musical instruments gallery, 35 instruments from its collection have gone on display at the Horniman Museum in south London. The new display, entitled The Art of Harmony, includes the V&A's 1699 Stradivari violin, a 1686 baryton by Joachim Tielke, a 1719 viola d'amore and a French dancing master's 17th-century kit violin. The V&A instruments are being shown alongside nine instruments from the Horniman's own collection and the exhibition will run for at least three years.