Yesterday it was 15 of them in a pretty broad range of genres. Not in the exact order but close:
Christmas in the New World by The Western World - North and Latin American Christmas music
Palestrina: Missa Hodie Christus Natus Est & Six Motets - King's College Choir
A Ceremony of Carols and other Britten - Robert Shaw Chorale
Long Time Ago - The Quadrivium, an early music group that I was a member of and one of the performers in this record.
Don Alfonso the Wise, Music of Medieval Spain -Trio Live Oak, a "spin-off" from the Quadrivium
A Coat of Many Colors , Songs of the Sephardim, Vol II by Voice of the Turtle, another Quadrivium "spin-off"
Musica Antiqua Slovac - Prague Madrigalists
Jacob Obrecht, Pierre de la Rue Motetten - ProCantione Antiqua
Harp of Joy - The Chancel Choir of Plymoth Church, Shaker Heights
A boy was born - The Boston Cecilia Chorus; Robert was a member and on this record
Turkey, songs and dances of Turkey - singers and ensembles of Radio Ankara
Goofing-Off Suite - Pete Seeger
Demolition Derby - Sandy Bull (only listened to a couple of cuts of this)
Greenhouse - Leo Kottke (side one only)
Abbey Road - Beatles