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What is the following Bach edition number?

(Assuming you want the BWV number) This is tricky: It is a transcription for guitar of the partita for violin solo #1, BWV 1002, Tempo di borea. See e.g. youtube
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Is there a symphony with a Toccata and Fugue movement?

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....
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Has anyone recorded a cello version of Bach's Prelude No. 1 in C major (BWV 846)

Pieter Wispelwey recorded a version with Richard Egarr on an album called "Gamba Sonatas" for the label Channel Classics.
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"Concerto for Two Violins in A Minor RV 522" from A. Vivaldi, revisited by J.S. Bach

If anyone is concerned by the answer, I've found it while fetching on a music search engine: the name of the above-mentioned revisitation is "Concerto a-Moll BWV 593" from J.S. Bach.
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Violin recording of Johann Ernst Prinz playing Bach Violin Concerto in C Major? (BWV 984)

If anyone is interested, the recording was by Freiburg Musica Poetica Ensemble, and the album is: Bach, J.S.: Mein Herze Schwimmt!
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