• Mark Mancina
|“||Denahi: I know what you're feeling, but killing that bear is wrong.
Kenai: Wrong? Our brother is dead, and it's because of that monster!
Denahi: I don't blame the bear, Kenai.
In the soundtracks
Mark Mancina and Phil Collins composed the score of the 2003 film Brother Bear as well as its soundtrack and unofficial complete score. "Argument" was written to represent the scene in which Kenai argues with his brother, Denahi, over the fate of the bear that killed Sitka.
In the film
"Argument" is heard in Brother Bear as a representation of the scene in which Kenai argues with his brother, Denahi, over the fate of the bear that killed Sitka. The score picks up immediately after Sitka's funeral, as Kenai implores Denahi to help him track down and kill the bear that caused Sitka's death. It carries through their argument and into Kenai's confrontation with Tanana, in which he rips his totem from his neck and throws it into the fire. The piece ends as Denahi pursues Kenai in the hopes of stopping him.
|Brother Bear (Complete Score)|
Main Title • Caribou/Three Brothers • Kenai's Ceremony • Sitka's Advice • Glacier Fight • Dread And Mourning • Funeral • Argument • Northern Lights • Kenai Tracks The Bear • Bear Fight • Nightmare Swim • Denahi Mourns • Awakes As A Bear • Awakes As A Bear (Part 2) • Meets Koda • Chase To The Glacier • Denahi Finds The Cave • Nighttime On The Mammoths • I Spy • Getting Off The Mammoths • Rock Painting • Wandering Through The Valley • Valley Of Fire • Chase To The Gorge • Arrival • Salmon Run • Bear Party • Flackback • Confession • Denahi Sees A Sign • Mooses' Advice • Mountaintop Fight • Sitka Appears