I have no idea, but I'd think there's more of a chance of getting a recording for this than there was for Fiasco's chintzy mostly piano Into The Woods.
Merrily has a full band, and some great new orchestrations/arrangements by Alexander Gemignani.
I would definitely welcome a recording of this production.
Company London Feb 3
2019, 10:14:33 AM
I’ve also noticed her keys seem a tad high. They’re not detrimental to the overall enjoyment of the score, and I’d assume Sondheim could’ve intervened in regards to it, as he was extremely involved with this production.
Also, the updates (lyrics and dialogue) were done by Sondheim himself, so I trust all of his judgment in revising his own work. I’m enjoying what I hear so far. Some of the new lyrics are catching me off guard because I’m so familiar with the original lyrics.
The new orchestrations are mostly great. I still need to take it all in, but I think we needed a break from Tunick’s brilliant work. I find it amusing that the new orchestrations are by Davi
Are you really that impatient? For me, part of the fun is the wait. What would you have done in the old days when you had to wait until release day and actually go to the store and purchase a physical CD?