The Weary Blues and Claude McKay’s The Harlem Dancer poem

Some poems of the Harem Renaissance-Langston Hughes’s The Weary Blues and Claude McKay’s The Harlem Dancer, for example- are explicitly about music; others, such as Countee Cullen’s Saturday’s Child, with its ballad form, and Angelina Grimke’s improvisational Tenebris, take a distinctly musical approach. Write an essay about the interplay of words and music in the poetry of this period.