"Robert Keller" (1828-1891) was a German music editor.

Keller was born on 6 January 1828 in Harpersdorf in Lower Silesia. He moved to Berlin where he became a musical editor for the music publishing company N. Simrock. Keller edited and arranged a substantial amount of works by Johannes Brahms and Antonín Dvo?ák. He died in Berlin on 16 June 1891.

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