(Ravel: L’Heure espagnole). Ten. A poet in love with Concepción, wife of Torquemada the clockmaker. When he comes to see her while her husband is away, she is being visited by an old banker and a young customer. He hides in a clock and, when her husband returns, pretends he is a customer and buys the clock. Created (1911) by Fernand Francell.