Definition and background:
A directive to perform a composition or a section of a composition in a comfortable manner, typically referring to tempo. The term is commonly interpreted as a comfortably fast tempo. This term is often used as an adverb, comodamente (or commodamente) meaning comfortably. Comodo can also act as a tempo qualification to other tempo marks. Some examples would be allegro comodo. (comfortably fast), andante comodo. (comfortably at a moderate tempo), and tempo comodo. (comfortable tempo). (or, commonly but less correctly, commodo) comfortable; i.e., at moderate speed; also, allegro comodo, tempo comodo, etc.at a moderate speed
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