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 ...
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.
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 ...