Yes, this brief slice of Celtic rhythms and colors has a weird name.
As described by Vocabulary.com:
A sylph is a lovely, slim young woman or girl. You could describe a row of graceful ballerinas as sylphs.
A sylph is always young, female, and slender, moving with an almost otherworldly lightness and grace. The original meaning of sylph was a mythical fairy-like creature, an air spirit that’s mentioned by the poet Alexander Pope and appears in several Shakespeare plays as well.
As defined by the Oxford English Dictionary:
Symmography is an art form using yarn, wood, and nails as the media
Or in other words, string-art.
I married these two phrases together because this video reminds me of a stringy, yet gracefully ethereal entity dancing on high (and as fractals are “self similar” by nature, the word-play was too serendipitous to avoid).