Tiempo Para Amar
Tiempo para Amar (Time for Love) is a ballet written and composed by Grammy nominee Vayo Raimondo. The musical arrangements use the rich color palette of a symphony orchestra as well as instruments typical of the urban culture of South America. The music paints a philosophical event told in contemporary strokes, but intended for performance as a romantic classical ballet. This theme paints the colorful and joyful experience of the Spanish festivals in Pamplona, and expresses the experience of witnessing the torture and cruelty inflicted upon the magnificent (and terrified) bulls. The rhythm of "palmas de bullerias" (hands) is accompanied by the "cajon" in the Flamenco style.