In fact, in the little write-up that Lin-Manuel included when he posted the video on YouTube, he not only gave thanks to those who helped pull off the extravaganza, but added at the end, "And thanks to Jerry Bock & Sheldon Harnick, for writing an unbelievably good song. L'Chaim!"
It makes me like the video -- and him -- all the more.
By the way, here is a terrific column in the "Vows" column of the New York Times, written on the occasion of the wedding. There's nothing written about the extravaganza, but it's a wonderful tale of the couple meeting in high school and how their courtship grew over the years. The reason for "years" is what's most surprising. Though clearly a wildly-outgoing person, Lin-Manuel says, “She was gorgeous and I’m famously bad at talking to women I find attractive. I have a total lack of game.” But my favorite line comes later when he tracked her down on Facebook after a few years and off-handedly invited her to some public event where a lot of other friends would be. But even there, and even after having invited her, he largely ignored her: "“I was so shy I asked a friend of mine to get her phone number."
It's worth noting that, showing his good taste, his now-wife Vanessa, was a scientist for Johnson & Johnson, but then quit to go to Fordham where she got a law degree.