La toison d'or (The Golden Fleece), soon revised as Médée à Colchos ou La toison d'or (Medea in Colchis or The Golden Fleece), is a French-language opera in three acts by the composer Johann Christoph Vogel. It was first performed at the Académie Royale de Musique (the Paris Opera) on 5 September 1786, "some years after its completion". The libretto, by Philippe Desriaux, is based on the legend of Jason and the Golden Fleece. La toison d'or was the first of Vogel's two operas. The second, Démophon, premiered posthumously in 1789.
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