In Germany the Friday before Easter is called Karfreitag, which basically means Mourning Friday. In Italian and Spanish it is referred to as Holy Friday. So, how did it become a “Good” day in English? I’ve read many theories but still have no real solid explanation to share.
Instead, I offer you some musical interludes, which may or may not have some striking symbolism. And that, like Martha says, is a good thing.
And one with less dancing and more Italian introductions.