Battement tendu

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  1. A movement in which the working leg is stretched along the floor to a fully extended position.
  2. ["stretched beat"]. ("Tendu" for short.) Slide the working foot out until only the toes are touching the floor; then slide it back. An important exercise for learning to move the foot quickly and gracefully while maintaining placement. Balanchine considered it the most important exercise in all of ballet. Source: Vance's Fantastic - BALLET DICTIONARY

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