Hardly any other work in the history of music is as full of secrets as Mozart's Requiem: from the ominous commissioner to the repeated criticism of the completion of the fragment by Mozart's student Süßmayr. It is possible that other 'completers' were at work alongside him, as there are some stylistic
breaks that are untypical of Mozart. After a thorough study of the sources and comparative stylistic analyses, Michael Ostrzyga now presents a carefully corrected version, with which he approaches the "most probable compositional solutions for November/December 1791" that Mozart would probably have chosen. Chorwerk Ruhr presents here a first reference recording.