Hey everyone.. I was just listening to a rendition of Stravinsky's "The Rite of Spring" (actually, I'm listening to it now, too) and was wondering if people out there could recommend some stuff to me that I could check out. Now, before everyone posts stuff like Ravel's "Bolero" or Holst's "Planets" or Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons" (all great work, no doubt), what I'm looking for is stuff I probably might not have heard. Even more modern avant-garde experimental symphonies or concertos, etc.. Anyone out there feeling it on a classical tip? Quite often when I listen to certain classical stuff (Stravinsky, for sure), I listen to the way tings are arranged, the rythmns playing off each other, structural contrasts, etc and it really reminds me of certain types of electronic music. I'm sure there were symphonies back in tha day that had people shaking their heads, thinking what they were hearing was outlandish.. BBB. ..but then you had the kids in the back in their powdered wigs and skinny pants just feeling tha shit!