When I'm not listening to music from the Disney parks, there's a good chance I'm listening to music/soundtracks from the Disney Films, particularly the Animated Classics.
Anything and everything from the Snow White/Pinocchio/Dumbo era to the later Classics like Cinderella, Alice, Peter Pan, Lady and the Tramp, to the 60's Sherman-era Classics like Jungle Book, Mary Poppins, Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, to the 70's and then the 80's/90's New Renaissance (ie the Menken-era films) and beyond. I enjoy a lot of the really new titles as well, such as Princess and the Frog, Winnie the Pooh, and Frozen. I also LOVE the music from the underrated 40's "package films" - especially Three Caballeros and Saludos Amigos - and wish they had official CD soundtracks.
Some favorite non-Disney instrumental film scores range from ET by John Williams, Cinema Paradiso by Ennio Morricone, Lord of the Rings by Howard Shore, and Out of Africa by John Barry.
My favorite non-Disney film musicals include Sound of Music by Rodgers and Hammerstein, My Fair Lady by Lerner/Lowe, Phantom of the Opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber, A Christmas Carol by Alan Menken, and Scrooge and Willy Wonka by Leslie Bricusse. And of course The Wizard of Oz!
I'm a big fan of Christmas music in general. Anything from the novelty/cute stuff like the Chipmunks and the Jingle Cats and Jingle Dogs to the Rankin/Bass animated tv soundtracks to the more traditional Bing Crosby type stuff. And the Polar Express soundtrack. And "Christmas Canon" by TSO. And the "Music Box Christmas" CD excerpted on Main Street...
I do also listen to a wide variety of pop music. My favorite artists/bands are too numerous too mention, but 3 seem to get more play than the rest, and those are the Beatles, Wings, and the completely unrelated but totally sublime Cocteau Twins.