Although the variety of bullfighting audio clips on the web is not large, several websites provide an opportunity to download or listen to some bullfighting mp3 clips and audio clips. You can close your eyes and imagine that you are somewhere in Pamplona, sharing the festivities of bullfighting fiesta or listen to bullfighting audio clips, which deliver the sounds of bulls running or traditional Spanish dancing music. The bullfighting audio clips are specially designed to transfer a colorful palette of sounds, accompanying traditional bullfighting, while listening to them produce the same variety of impressions. Music adds much to the grandness of a bullfighting performance and expresses the most significant moments of it; at the same time, it appeals to your mind and evokes live images and personages. Here are some websites to look for bullfighting audio clips or bullfighting mp3 clips.
http://www.cduniverse.com/ is the best website, featuring CD albums of Spanish bullfighting music at discounted prices. The website covers bullfighting music reviews, songs, sound samples, tour info and more. You will be confronted with a great choice of bullfighting music from Spain, performed by the most famous artists, such as El Gato, Rafael Llorento, La Entrada, Granada, Manolete, La Paloma, Opera Flamenco, En "Er" Mundo, Viva Navarra, Serenata Espanola, Gitanillo De Triana, Cordoba, Gito, Espana, Espana Cani and the others.
http://www.mexconnect.com/ is a source of Spanish audio clips, including bullfighting audio clips as well. To listen to the music, you will need a Real Player or you can listen to MP3 samples.
http://www.passports.com/ documents European travel experiences of young American students and their teachers over a period of about forty years in audio-video clips. The clips can be viewed in a broadband (a DSL, cable, T1 or better) computer environment. Bullfighting audio clips are available.
http://www.voodootee.com/ features a variety of hilarious and shockingly wild video and audio clips. Here you can find a clip of extreme bullfighting; a clip download is available.
Probably, you will find it better to listen to bullfighting podcasts. The term and technology is comparatively new, but gives a variety of opportunities. Podcasting is a term to describe the technology, used to push the audio content from websites to iPod, an audio player or mp3, which is currently free of charge.
Perhaps, the only comprehensive website, maintaining podcasting for bullfighting audio clips, is http://www.podcastalley.com/, but a variety of options you can find here is rather impressive. You can download and listen to live sounds of Pamplona 2005 Fiesta de San Fermin, the impressive sounds of bull running and street entertainment during the fiesta, the conversation about Pamplona's most important and professional bullfighters and the other audio delights. You can even hear how the residents eat chocolate and churros, a traditional treatment during the Fiesta and enjoy the music and sounds of Spanish night dancing.