What does “In bocca al lupo” mean?

In short, this is the Italian expression for “break a leg” or “good luck” before a performance. The literal translation is “in the mouth of the wolf.” It sounds fierce, but a mother wolf protects her young by holding them in her mouth. So it is dangerous, or not? You’ll have to answer that for yourself. But in any case, we wish you the best of luck on your piano journey, whether you join us or not—in bocca al lupo.

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