Thank you very much, problem solved! Sorry for the missing lines, I was
not aware how to shorten the voices and text so much.

Werner

Am Dienstag, den 08.08.2017, 08:48 +0200 schrieb Malte Meyn:
> Please always give a *compilable* minimal example. I had to add the 
> following code to be able to test possible solutions:
> 
> global = {}
> soprannoten = { c' }
> altnoten = { c' }
> tenornoten = { c' }
> bassnoten = { c' }
> strophefI = \lyricmode { a }
> strophefII = \lyricmode { a }
> strophefIII = \lyricmode { a }
> strophefIV = \lyricmode { a }
> strophetI = \lyricmode { a }
> strophetII = \lyricmode { a }
> strophetIII = \lyricmode { a }
> strophetIV = \lyricmode { a }
> 
> Am 08.08.2017 um 08:27 schrieb Werner Arnhold:
> > For reasons of better readabilty I want a vertical space between the
> > verse for women and those for men without changing the other spacing. Is
> > there a simple way to do that? I supposed that the vertical spacing
> > commands affect all lines.
> 
> These commands affect all lines only if you place them in the \layout 
> block. But everything you can put in the \layout block to change all 
> contexts of a type at one time, you can instead put in a \with block to 
> only change a single context:
> 
> 
> \new Lyrics = "strfIV" \with {
>    \override 
> VerticalAxisGroup.nonstaff-nonstaff-spacing.minimum-distance = 5
> }
> 
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