Passing Phase or Lasting Feature?
A discussion between
Lecturer in Social Science
In the University of London and Alan Peacock
Professor of Economic Science in the University of Edinburgh
Should the Welfare State be allowed to wither away once everyone is capable of fending for himself? Or are there certain social services that can never be left to the whim of the individual?
Edward Walker (flute and piccolo)
Leon Goossens (oboe) Sidney Fell (clarinet)
Ronald Waller (bassoon)
John Burden (horn)
David Martin (violin)
Patrick Halling (violin) Gwynne Edwards (viola)
Willem de Mont (cello)
James W. Merrett (double-bass)
This is the first of three programmes each including one of the works commissioned by the Virtuoso Ensemble for its concerts at the Wigmore Hall earlier this year.
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