If you happen to be so shortsighted that you are unable to distinguish forms, even vaguely, the following is a description of a typical bullfight based on the sounds around you:
A sharp, gay note on the trumpet followed by whistles: the toreros have entered the ring.
A sharp, tragic note on the trumpet followed by muted sighs: Ava Gardner has made her entrance in an off-shoulder blouse and is proceeding to her shady barrera seat.
Hoof beats: a man in a Philip II costume is riding up to the President's box. Whistles denote his failure to catch a key to the "gates of fear."
The sounds of a trumpet immediately followed by whistles or excited shouts: the former are a greeting to Jinx Falkenburg (without Tex); the latter announce the appearance of a bull, snatched away from the breast of his mother.
A yell from a thousand throats followed by a single gasp can mean many things; the gasp, however, could be something rather personal.
Another short blast on the trumpet: the picadors have arrived.
Shouts and whistles: they've changed their minds and are leaving.
A gurgling sound: someone is drinking from a wineskin held at arm's length.
An exclamation in Spanish sounding suspiciously like a curse: he spilled the red wine on his white shirt.