An Albanian poet I'm reading mentions a "symphony" that, after a commercial break, resumes at Toccata and Fugue. I assume this is a reference to Stokowski's orchestral transcription of the Bach but it occurred to me there might be an actual symphony with a single movement entitled Toccata and Fugue.
It's very likely this "symphony" is fictional.
There are a number of symphonies with movements entitled either "Toccata" or "Fugue".
- The last movement of Charles-Marie Widor's Symphony for Organ no.5 is titled "Toccata"
- The two movements of William Schumann's Symphony No.3 are titled "Passacaglia and Fugue" and "Chorale and Toccata"
- The finale of Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji‘s Second Organ Symphony consistes of four parts: Prelude, Adagio, Toccata and a Fugue
- The sixth movement of Howard Blake's Symphony No.2 "Toccata" is titled "Fugue"