and researcher Francine Lancelot was one of the leading authorities and
researchers in France on the subject of early dance. She is best known
for her reconstructions and recreations of French 17th and 18th century
court and theatre works. She brought to light, many important period dance
manuals at libraries in France, Italy and Spain. Her book Lal Belle Dance
is an important catalogue of published and unpublished choreography by
Europeans, recorded in Feuillet notation. It was published in 1996, with
side by side notations from French to English by Anne Jacoby, co-founder
of the New York baroque Dance Company.
Lancelot" by Catherine Turocy, DCA News, Spring 2004, p17-18).