Enjoy a presentation of songs by a small choir of Hogwarts students, accompanied by their large croaking frogs. The show takes place near the Flight of the Hippogriff.
Why is the conducting pattern backwards? I know I have a minor advantage in the fact that this is what I do for a living…but no one who put this together at Universal noticed that she is conducting an upbeat on a downbeat??? Or is this an unknown wizarding technique?
The choir actually sings without paying attention to the conductor. The singers are musicians, the conductor is an employee of Universal who is needed for her speaking skills, not her musical skills.
It is honestly so prohibitively expensive that they cannot make those huge frogs slightly animatronic so that they can operate on a rechargeable battery? They are not even croaking, let alone to music.
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