Recommended Classical CD

Any recommendations for a great classical CD specifically containing symphonies with alot of cymbols works? I am trying use it to test speakers auditions. Many thanks
P.I. Tchaikovsky- "Capriccio Italien".
Hector Berlioz- "Simphonie Funebre et Triomphale".
Aaron Copland- "Fanfare For the Common Man".
Not classical: Patricia Barber- Cafe Blue, 'Mourning Grace'.
Maybe Tutti!, the Reference Recordings CD (#RR-906CD) would be a good one to try. I have it, and there are a decent number of cymbals involved. It's also HDCD, if your CD player can decode it.
Borodin - Polovtsian Dances, from Prince Igor

Rimsky Korsakov - Capriccio Espagnol, Scheherazade shipwreck scence

Tchaikovsky - Capricio Italien (mentioned above), closing of Trepak movement (Russian dance) from Nutcracker

Mussorgsky - Gates of Kiev, final movement from Pictures at an Exhibition

I see a pattern here.....Russian music!
Also you can buy many versions of Rimsky-Korsakov "Sheherazade" which has great Cymbal clashes in the shipwreck movement, that is paired with Borodin's Polovtsian Dances, double the cymbal pleasure!

If you are mainly interested in getting best possible sound
for this pair, try the Telarc label version with Mackerras/London Symphony Orch., has great dynamic range.