Fiddling prodigies team up to win

In 2009, Alina Geslison and Grace Dayton can say they're the best pair of fiddlers in the nation.

That's because Alina, a BYU-bound 17-year-old from the Provo Utah Bonneville Stake, and Grace, a Mia Maid in the Pleasant Grove Utah East Stake, won the 2009 National Old-time Twin Fiddling contest last month in Weiser, Idaho.

The competition — open to fiddlers of all ages — required each entering pair to play two songs. For Alina and Grace, the selections were "Josephine's Waltz" and "Nicaraguan."

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