There's probably not a day in my life that goes by when I don't hear the first, oh I don't know, 40 seconds of Mozart's Sonata No.11 dance about in my mind. Sometimes more depending on the amount of caffeine intake.
In the same way people are very particular about how they like their eggs cooked, I knows how I like my No.11...and that's to say not too fast/light and spritely..a mistake many pianists make with Mozart. No, I like it when an interpreter goes just the wee bit heavyhanded on the notes.
You want to maintain the liveliness without sacrificing the pointedness of Mozart's intentions, and for my money no one nails the upper melody quite like Ireland's Finghin Collins.:
On the other hand (sure, I'll keep that) Jeno Jando has a much better command of those lower chords (the way he goes deliberate and HAM sounds downright boastful next to Collins')(listen at :48).
Now if only they could do a Heart N Soul duet and make mama happy. That's the Frankenstein I'd build...