I'm a bit of a YouTube music dilettante. I go to YouTube, I type in a composer's name, and listen to the music that comes up. It's a lot of school bands, but there are also professionals.
Alas, while I know I like Bach, Mozart, Mahler, and Stravinsky, I know nothing about them. And for that matter, it isn't that I like them in the abstract -I like certain parts of their bodies of work. I tend to like their keyboard pieces more than their strings for example. It would be nice to actually understand a little of what I'm listening to. And, well, the only Stravinsky piece I can reliably recognize is Firebird Suite and that's entirely because of Fantasia.
This seems like a golden opportunity for someone who knows a lot more about the subject than me to do a real service to the public's general education level.
In the interim, feel free to enlighten me in the comments below.