I am fairly unfamiliar with Judaism and I happened upon a special Sabbath that I had not seen before. It occurs in late January or early February and is known as Shabbat Shirah. I would appreciate it if someone could provide some history, significance, and insights. Would Shabbat Shirah be considered a blessed day?
Perhaps the following will add more clarity to my question.
"Why is this day set apart as a special sabbath?" and "Is this special sabbath (in particular) characterized by "joy, happiness, or gladness" as might be suggested by a (celebrant) "song" of deliverance?"