I'm watching my Horowitz videos/DVDs; at this moment (yes; at 4AM, my time), I'm about to start watching his 1978 performance of (Zubin Mehta conducting) Rach's 3rd concerto. (Complete with egregious note errors (after the first third of the 1st movement at the "Piu Mosso"), Horowitz and Mehta sharing almost coy glances.
Ever since I had back surgery a few weeks ago to correct a herniated L5/S1 disc, (I'm doing just fine) I've relied upon all my videos of great performances to keep my musical self occupied: from Gould's D minor Bach Concerto to Pollini's rare video performance of 2 Mozart concertos, along with Beethoven's piano concertos #3in C minor and #5 in Eb major and a Brahms concerto, (Isn't it funny how there are practically no videos of Pollini playing Mozart?) to Perahia's wonderful Schubert Impromptus, all the live recitals and more studioesque recordings, such as Valentina Lisitsa's Chopin Etudes, are keeping me entertained and mentally focused during my convalescence.
I've also started brushing up on my music theory. Playing lots of "air piano" along with recordings is keeping my hand/ear coordination from totally disintegrating in (what will be, after all is said and done, 5 months) away from practicing.
So the short answer is, I'm listening to an awful lot lately. Here's a perfect example: Trout Quintet with The Fab 5