Petite Chou-Fleur (Soundtrack)

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Team Fortress 2
Official Soundtrack
  1. "Team Fortress 2 (Main Theme)"
  2. "Playing With Danger"
  3. "Rocket Jump Waltz"
  4. "The Art of War"
  5. "Faster Than a Speeding Bullet"
  6. "Right Behind You"
  7. "Petite Chou-Fleur"
  8. "Intruder Alert"
  9. "Drunken Pipe Bomb"
  10. "More Gun"
  11. "Haunted Fortress 2"
  12. "TF2 Saxxy 2011 Theme"
  13. "A Little Heart to Heart"
  14. "MEDIC!"
  15. "Archimedes"
  16. "Dreams of Cruelty"
  17. "The Calm"
  18. "ROBOTS!"
  19. "Dapper Cadaver"
  20. "Rise of the Living Bread"
  21. "Red Bread"
  22. "Three Days to Live"
  23. "Seduce Me!"
  24. "Stink Lines"
  25. "It Hates Me So Much"
  26. "Misfortune Teller"
  27. "Soldier of Dance"
  28. "RED Triumphs!"
  29. "BLU Triumphs!"
  30. "Yeti Park"
  31. "Saxton's Dillema(sic)"
  32. "Mercenary Park"

"Petite Chou-Fleur" is one of the song titles featured from the Team Fortress 2 Official Soundtrack, listed as track number seven. Added in the Sniper vs Spy Update, it is one of the three songs featured in Meet the Spy, as well as being one of 32 main menu startup themes. It is the fourth track to be added via patch subsequent to the game's release.

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Analysis

Key: C Major
Time Signature: 4/4
Tempo: 130 BPM
Length: 1:43
Release Date: May 18, 2009
Update: Sniper vs. Spy
Composer: Mike Morasky

One of the shorter songs in the soundtrack, this track stays relatively pleasant, with little in the way of chromatic movements or tension common on other tracks. The song takes on a traditional French cafe parlor sound, noted with its layers of accordion use and similarities to the musette style of playing. This genre, and indeed the song itself, distinguished itself from the classical norms at the time by adopting more lighthearted melodies. This, combined with the aforementioned accordion use, lead to the style as being seen as a type of "commoner music," however the stylings would later be influential in the growing French jazz scene. The virtuosic playing gives it an older, relaxed feel, dating it as though it had been written in the late 19th or early 20th century. Similar to Rocket Jump Waltz, many of its contemporaries are in 3/4 time, whereas the track itself lies in 4/4.

Update history

May 21, 2009 Patch (Sniper vs. Spy Update)

  • [Undocumented] This song was added as main menu music.

Trivia

  • The song title means approximately "little cauliflower" (actually it should be "Petit Chou-Fleur"). In Meet the Spy, this phrase is used as an endearment toward loved ones, although it is rarely used in French culture.