Considering that you have a colour negative, and that you have to "filter" it anyway, printing it on conventional colour paper should not give more or less recovery room than going hybrid. You will certainly lose some colour fidelity but you should obtain realistic results I suppose.

If you print yourself B&W but not colour, maybe you might try to print them as B&W (I am no printer but I suppose it could work).

If the result is disappointing you can always sell it as "artistic research in the chromatic domain" but you'll have to have this thread deleted first.