The words mention the soul dancing, and the rhythm of the words seemed a bit like a sarabande to me, so I looked for inspiration from the Baroque period. The specific piece I used was the 25th of Bach's Goldberg Variaions. This is the slow, chromatic heart of the variations. It is not actually a sarabande (but variation 26 is).
The two tracks are called La danse de l'âme (Dance of the Soul) and La sarabande du corps (Sarabande of the Body). They relate to numbers 28 and 29 of the 58 indices sur le corps.
I used the rhythms of Jean-Luc Nancy's readings as the starting point for the rhythms and structures of the pieces.
The two tracks are embedded below. The wonderful artwork, like that for Going Guising (for Halloween) is again by my partner Barry Thackray.