Here's a Rolf Lislevand-featuring performance of a ciaccona from the German-Italian virtuoso performer and composer Johannes Hieronymus Kapsberger.
And here's a Rolf Lislevand-featuring performance of Kapsberger's same Ciaccona. Only this time, he's performing with a jazz ensemble.
Works really well, doesn't it? Nothing's lost in the "translation," really. And besides, it's a fun little reminder that Baroque composition (and performance) was much more improvisational than I am inclined to remember (pdf).
EXTRA CREDIT: Listen to this Kapsberger and then this one. Same general similarities and differences, right? Tolja the Baroque Era was nowhere near as "rigid" as people think, didn't I?
OK, fine. I didn't tell you that. But it's true.