Specialist in audio aesthetics, Danny is a writer and composer. He is active in publishing books, lecturing at universities, and scoring films. His novellas and essays explore cognitive listening and the ‘inner ear’. His film music blends original classical composition with sound design. His body of work draws influence from figures such as Nietzsche, Proust, Schopenhauer, Carl Th. Dreyer, Yasujirō Ozu, Stravinsky and Wagner. Danny studied music with his father Professor Detlef Hahn, and at the Guildhall School of Music. He studied film at University of Arts London, and he also became a Berlinale Talent.
The Noon Bell
An alpine region of Switzerland sets the scene in this poetic and philosophical novella about dreams and daydreaming, exploring memory and reflection through reverberation and resonance.
ISBN – 9780993338618 Price – £12.99 Publisher – Zarathustra Books
Exploring audio-visual primitivism, the use of quietness in film is discussed in this poetic essay, introducing ideas such as audio opacity and audio framing.
ISBN – 9780993338619 Price – £12.99 Publisher – Zarathustra Books