I like some of the attempts by Ferde Grofe. He did the full orchestration of Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue
and he added the tones pf syncopation that define severl of the big passages. Also his small jazz works and , of Course Grand Canyon Suite
Ive played the CD of "Finding Forrester", till its almost dead.Its a 90's movie about an urban hermit writer and his protege. The music score was taken from pieces by Miles Davis, with several pieces devoted to the use of syncopation to drive them and create atmosphere.
Emerson Lake and Palmer's Fanfare for the Common Man
was recorded in an outdoor stadium which drove it s syncopation almost entirely by echo. Ya gotta be 70 years old to remember EL&P