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Exhibition playlist

XFM DJ and musician, Eddy Temple-Morris, offers a musical take on the exhibition, with a selection of contemporary tracks to accompany the works on display.

Eddy studied Art History at the University Of London and has kept a keen interest in the subject over the years. As part of the free multimedia guide there is an opportunity to listen to 5 tracks inspired by 5 of the paintings in the exhibition.

This selection provides a contemporary filter through which the works can be considered, changing the way the viewer may think about the subjects, palettes, and compositions, as well as offering a more immersive viewing experience.

Click on the track titles below to see the works they relate to:

UNKLE, Trouble in Paradise (Redux), composed by James Lavelle, Aidan Lavelle & Pablo Spencer Clements courtesy of Surrender All Records and Kobalt Publishing

Nero, Innocence, composed by Daniel Stephens & Joseph Anthony Ray courtesy of MTA/Mercury Records and EMI Music Publishing

Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip, Angles, composed by Daniel Stephens and David Peter Meads courtesy of Sunday Best/Lex Records and Touch Tones Music Limited

Lana Del Rey, Blue Jeans (Maribou State Remix), composed by Elizabeth Grant, Emile Haynie & Daniel Law Heath courtesy of Polydor Records and EMI, Universal and Kobalt Music Publishers

The income from your ticket contributes directly to The Royal Collection Trust, a registered charity. The aims of The Royal Collection Trust are the care and conservation of the Royal Collection, and the promotion of access and enjoyment through exhibitions, publications, loans and educational activities.