Mozart's last work, The Requiem Mass in D Minor K626, receives a strong performance from the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra And Chorus under Mozart specialist Colin Davis in a classic recording made in 1984. Popular legend has it that the Requiem was commissioned by a mysterious stranger, fuelling Mozart's obsession that the piece was his own Mass. However the probable truth is much less dark, that one Count Walsegg, who had a well-known penchant for commissioning works which he then attempted to pass of as his own, commissioned it upon the death of his wife. Mozart died is 1791, before completing the piece. It was later completed by one of his students, Franz Sussmayer, at the request of Mozart's wife Constanze.