Robert Bremner or Brymer was a Scottish music publisher. Evidence suggests that he may have born on 9 September 1713 in Edinburgh to John Brymer and Margaret Urie, and had a younger brother named James, but little else is known about his early life. Bremner established his printing enterprise in Edinburgh in mid-1754 "at the Golden Harp, opposite the head of Blackfriars Wynd". Business was brisk from the start, and by the next year, he was publishing music on behalf of the Edinburgh Musical Society. Bremner later became an agent for the Society, traveling to London and Dublin to search for singers and musicians to feature at its concerts.
|The Delightful Pocket Companion for the Flute||Books||Flute|
|The Rudiments of Music||Books||N/A|
|A Collection of Scots Reels or Country Dances||Dance||Chamber group|
|The Harpsichord or Spinnet Miscellany||Etude||Piano|
|The Periodical Overtures in 8 Parts, Op.3||Overture||Orchestra|
|A Collection of the Best Church Tunes in 4 Parts||Sacred Mass||Voice(s) and Piano|
|Scots Songs for Voice and Harpsichord||Song Cycle||Voice(s) and Piano|