Theodore Pease Stearns (1881–1935) was an American composer. Born in Berea, Ohio, he wrote a number of operas. Of these, The Snowbird was given at the Chicago Civic Opera in 1923; this work won the Bispham Memorial Medal Award. He taught music at the University of California, Los Angeles from 1932 until 1935.
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