I think Mr. Bell is a little over the top. But the Chaconne is an impressive compositional achievement. Consider the challenge: you want to write a chaconne - that is, a dance piece built over a repeating bass line - but you are writing for a single instrument, not an ensemble with bass and treble instruments. That instrument normally plays just a single ...
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 ...
This is a circle of fifths progression --one of the most common of all chord progressions in both classical and popular music.
It comes up particularly often in Bach --for instance, here in the Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F major, BWV 1047, I. Allegro.
Although he mentions the Elizabethans in many interviews, broadcasts, and essays, his discography turns out to include only one recording of them (CBS, S 72988). That is sufficient explanation for why others haven't continued much in his direction.