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Not bad, FS! Most people start with scales on the higher strings as they are easier to reach with the fingering hand (the right, in your case.)
Take a firmer grip on your bow and play it like you mean it - a little more pressure on the string, longer bowing stroke.
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Thank you @ Terry & Fiddlerman. I will try to remember to keep my wrist straight when playing and try to stay focused. I almost got "Old MacDonald" down pat. I am having trouble going from open "A" to "G" three fingers on the D-string from the Essential Elements book. I have cds to go with book and they help.
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