So recently I realized that I tend to do just one note per bow stroke for everything I play.
I was taking a look at how violinists played, particularly with Fur Elise, which begins something like E,D#,E,D#,E,B,D... I noticed that on their first long bow stroke, they play all or most of these initial notes. Me, on the other hand, happen to do about 7 short bow strokes (one for each note).
So I thought that I should do the same and attempt to play as many notes as possible in a single bow stroke.
Bang - I have terrible coordination and failed terribly.
So now I'm here, asking if there is actually a technical reason behind this multiple-notes-in-one-stroke behavior or if it is purely for looking like a pro XD.