Trevor Cox, professor of acoustics at Salford University, selects his favourite pieces of music, including works by Wagner, Bach, Debussy and Liszt.
Trevor Cox, Professor of Acoustics at Salford University, became an acoustic engineer because it combines his twin passions for science and music. Whilst studying science at school he took up the clarinet and was inspired by the playing of Emma Johnson when she won the Young Musician of the Year. He is fascinated by the effect that the acoustics of different concert venues have on the sound of music, and his choice of music in the programme reflects this. With music by Wagner, Bach, Debussy and Liszt.