Here’s the plan: Besides walking through
the city and find some musicians, we’ve gotta go to shops
to look for local instruments. And I’m like… we came here
to look for different instruments, and I found some ancient
keyboards that I really appreciate. I’m ending up buying one. It doesn’t have anything to do with Ireland,
but they’re completely related to our story. We’re acquiring instruments from
the places we’re passing by. So, that’s okay! But, will you still look
for a typical instrument? Yes, I will. But I still don’t know which
one we’ll be able to get. But if we don’t get find it, we can find some street musicians, like the ones we’ve found.
So it’s okay. You told me that there’s a typical
instruments shop here, right? Oh yeah!
Its name’s Charles Byrne. One of the oldest and
the most traditional Irish shop. It’s near here. Let’s go there! Olá! We’ve visited Charles Byrnes,
one of the oldest shop since 1970. In the beginning
we got really upset, because we couldn’t find
traditional Irish instruments. The classical ones, I mean. There was a Bouzouki,
which is fairly new to Irish songs, There were some Fiddles
and many Bodhráns. But there were few instruments,
so I didn’t have many options to test. There were many Ukulele. I found it really strange, why do they have
many Ukulele in here? The vendor said that school’s teachers
would rather buy instruments that make students feel emotion,
the ones they can sing along with. Because students want
to sing along with friends, so the flute in D isn’t
so interesting anymore, because they’d rather play
pop songs than classical ones. So, musicians
started studying, and they were quitting their studies because
they didn’t have anyone to share the song. So, that’s it! Now, according to the vendor,
the most used instrument here is Ukulele. Hey! Who are we going to record now? Dan Elliot. We’re going to record him
for our Le Tour Du Monde 360°. Taking advantage of that, we’ll
try to record him for our new song. He’s from here.
He’s from Ireland. We met him in a pub. His voice is amazing. He’s really young.
He might be around 20 years old. But he’s super talented. Você pode participar com a gente,
cantando algumas partes dela. Acho que você vai gostar! – É tipo um estilo Celta.
– Celta? – Sim, tem uma parte
que é bem celta. Certo. E eu preciso de um “Bodram”. – Quer dizer Bodhrán?
– Isso! – Eu conheço um cara que toca muito o Bodhrán.
– Sério? – Vou falar com ele!
– Claro! – Por favor, quero muito gravá-lo!
– Sem problemas! – Valeu! He told me he knows
a guy that plays “Bodram”. I still don’t know how to pronounce it right,
but he told me he knows a guy that plays it. One of the best player here. He told me he’ll call him
after we record him. I invited him to record the song
we compose and he liked the idea. Let’s go for it! Então, você canta esse
e eu canto primeiro. Você canta o segundo. Depois, invertemos.
Você canta primeiro e eu o segundo. – Eu subo no refrão?
– Sim. – Ok!
– Podemos cantar juntos o primeiro. – No mesmo tom, ok?
– Ok. – Conseguimos!
– Pra você aí embaixo… – …essa foi pra você! Olá pessoal! Meu nome é Dan Elliot
e acabei de gravar com LTDM. – Em 360°.
– 360°. Gravei minha música “Maybe We”
com a participação do Lucas. Estamos agora em Dublin
e vamos pra alguns pubs. – Porque é meu aniversário! Sim!
– Seu aniversário, né? Vamos para o primeiro pub
para começar o pub crawl. E depois vamos gravar mais vídeos
quando estivermos bêbados. – Claro, vamos!
– Vamos! Carlinhos! Olá! What’s up? How’s it going? How are you? I’m fine. We’ve just acted that,
because we’d already met them. Anyway, we’re pretending
we’re meeting Carlinhos… – and his wife, Sorcha.
– Sorcha. She lives here. Now we’re going to record his voice for the
Portuguese part we composed. Leap Carlinhos! Vamos lá! Então, essa é a parte…
1, 2, 3… Conseguimos! Massa! Incrível! Ficou boa, né? Sim, conseguimos cara! Ficou muito boa!