Since several years, but especially in the last months -due to the covid pandemie-  the internet has become an essencial ressource  for musicological researchs. An example of these resources is the DIAMM platform (an acronym for The Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music). Based at the University of Oxford but with the collaboration of other Anglo-Saxon institutions and numerous European research projects, it has become one of the reference databases for the knowledge of our musical heritage, which, in the case of Spain, almost as an exception, it extends to the repertoire around 1600.

Specifically, Tomás Luis de Victoria has, to this day, just over sixty very complete records, some of them with images included, in which it is specified the location of many Victoria's pieces. We encourage all those interested to consult Victoria's registre on this platform as well as many other authors of Ancient Music.