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In Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: A Very Frosty Christmas, there is a scene where they have the radio on. Celestina is singing this famous song "A Cauldron Full of Hot, Strong Love", which Molly loves but Fleur Delacour hates.

I was wondering if that was recorded, or if Celestina Warbeck is singing live. If it is recorded, is it known how wizards do that, and how they save the recording?

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It is not known how Wizards record music. They do have their own form of radio, so that is a possible medium. I am willing to guess that they can magically record their music, but again, there is no evidence of that statement, but it would logically make sense.

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