YouTube links to various versions of the same piece of music.
Bach was the master! No matter how hard you try, you can't ruin the music of J.S.Bach. Any instrument, any musician, any arrangement, any time.
Here are a few wildly varying versions of "Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring", from the Cantata BWV147 "Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben".
Some of them are just wonderful, and others are fine bits of attempted murder! What do you think?
Here is a fairly standard rendition, with words:
This one is fairly normal too:
...and of course there is the famous arrangement by Myra Hess for the piano, that she used to play in the National Gallery during WW2 at her lunchtime concerts:
and the great John McCormack accompanied by Gerald Moore, in 1941:
...and then there was this, a Japanese advert for a mobile phone: