Comfortable, convenient

"Comodo" is an Italian adjective that translates to "comfortable" or "convenient" in English, conveying the meanings of "ease" or "relaxation".

In music, "comodo" is an expression marking used to instruct performers to play in a comfortable and unhurried tempo, evoking a sense of relaxation and ease.

In other words, when interpreting "comodo", performers should aim to create a musical performance that flows smoothly and at a comfortable pace, allowing the audience to experience a relaxed and unhurried musical ambiance that emphasizes a sense of ease and comfort.

Example of Comodo

D. Scarlatti - Sonata in E major K.380 / L.23 Andante comodo - Grzegorz Niemczuk - piano.